4th Man Out


Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 55%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 70%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 6621


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Parker Young as Chris
Kate Flannery as Karen
Brooke Dillman as Martha
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1hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by subxerogravity 7 / 10

Wow! A touching story about coming out of the closet.

I saw this as a pure dudes film, and I can't believe how much I like it, and how much I related to it. 4th Man Out is a true testament of what it means to have diversity in film.

It's about stereotypical frat boy types who have a coming-of age moment when one of them reveals to the others he's gay.

It's a story of true male friendship as the team adjust to a life changing moment from someone they knew all there life.

It was funny. I feel like it was design to teach guys how to be a true friend to one another. It has all the jokes from a frat boy comedy.

On the same level, it's romantic. I'm not into the romcoms yet this one was excellent, as Adam, the fart boy who comes out of the closet tries to find love, and his best friends attempt to help him.

the movie was just so nicely done. It feels like the filmmakers had a personal connection with the story content and it breathes all over this film.

Very impressive and worth checking out.

Reviewed by Red-125 9 / 10

Just four straight blue-collar guys. Only not exactly.

4th Man Out (2015) or Fourth Man Out (original title) is a film directed by Andrew Nackman. The four men are blue collar guys who have been friends since high school. They hang out in bars and strip clubs, play poker together, and have girlfriends whom they might just marry some day.

That's all pretty standard, until one of them tells them that he's gay. The other three guys don't know how to act, what to say, and what not to say. That's the premise of the film-- you've known this guy all your life, and suddenly, he's not exactly the same guy you knew.

Coming out stories are never simple--in real life or in movies. Coming out to your parents is one thing. Coming out to three guys who don't hang out with gays is another matter again.

The film really worked for me, because I thought that the reactions of the three friends were realistic. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad. The three sit around saying, "He's our friend, he's still the same guy. No, he isn't."

There some overwrought moments, and my wife thought that the denouement of one of the sub-plots at the end of the movie was unbelievable. However, we both liked this film, and we think it will appeal to straights as well as to gays.

We saw this film on the large screen at ImageOut, the very successful Rochester LGBTQ Film Festival. It will work very well on the small screen also.

Reviewed by bajmba 8 / 10

Simply Amazing - Touching & Heartfelt

I was taken by surprise with this movie. I know that it is classified as a "gay" movie but in truth it is a "human" movie. It is a story of acceptance and finding our way in life. I could relate to this movie on so many different levels.

It was touching, heartfelt,romantic, and had some truly funny moments.

This dealt with an average guy who had an awakening in his life and he decided to share it with his friends.

It then became a journey for everyone around him - some who accepted and others who did not.

There needs to be more movies like this as the script was well-developed, the actors truly cared about their roles, the production quality was top-notch, and there was a genuine heart to the movie.

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