G.B.F.

2013

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

102
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 82%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 6 10 9721

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Sasha Pieterse as Fawcett Brooks
Evanna Lynch as McKenzie Pryce
Megan Mullally as Mrs. Van Camp
Natasha Lyonne as Mrs. Hogel
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by larry-222-594114 10 / 10

Funny, smart, and perfect!

The humor is fast paced, cheeky, full of innuendo, clever and sweet. The language is full of metaphors and brilliant. They talk just like the people I hang around with. The comedy delivery and acting are wonderful. The plot is perfect for a high school story. I loved it. Just watch it and make up your own mind but I'm sure you won't be disappointed.

Reviewed by destinylives52 8 / 10

Great One-Liners

Manny's Movie Musings: "G.B.F." stands for Gay Best Friend. Michael J. Willett plays a gay, High School student who is still in the closet; his life is turned upside down when he is accidentally outed, and his celebrity status in school quickly rises when the top 3 "it" girls vies for his attention so that each one can claim him as a GBF (purely to increase the cool status of the girls). Willett goes along for the ride, as the three girls give him protection from all the ignorant hate; but he risks losing who he really is in his mad scramble to be the most coveted accessory to the cool kids. What sets "G.B.F." apart from the typical teen comedies is the sharp, wickedly funny, one-liners that come at you non-stop. My most memorable, movie moment is the scene when a character played by Andrea Bowen is talking about sex acts using acronyms: for example, "hj," "bj," and "rj." If you don't know what they are, you're too young for me to explain them!

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Reviewed by meaninglessbark 5 / 10

Fairly Dumb and Almost Unwatchable

G.B.F. isn't bad, it just isn't good. It's a fluffy, mindless watch that isn't nearly as clever as it wants to be. An OK choice to watch should you just need to stare at a screen for a bit and don't want to think. But if you can't find the film you won't miss anything by missing it. The under appreciated film Date and Switch is a much better queer high school comedy. Other better choices would be Were the World Mine and Almost Normal.

G.B.F. feels incredibly dated, like it's at least 10 years too late. In a modern high school that isn't disconnected from the rest of the world no one seems to know any gay people and the concept of the gay best friend is new and novel.

The two gay characters are closeted and apparently fearful of coming out though you can tell they're TV/movie gay (which means cute, fit, flamboyant, and prone to be dramatic) from about two blocks away. The extra gay of the two knows about hook up apps and has Internet access but apparently has never seen Broke Back Mountain and is freaked out by the sex scene in the movie.

A major plot element of G.B.F. are the high schools three coolest girls, a trio of frienemies who everyone admires. But the characters aren't clever or interesting and their type has been done much better many times before.

The film looks good and it's well acted, with the lead character being the exception mainly due to being poorly cast. The characters is supposed to be nerdy and somewhat reclusive but he's an attractive ripped guy who just slouches and wears sloppy clothes until he gets an inevitable makeover.

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