Sunday, October 9, 2011

Going Down In La-La Land

ImageOut favorite director Casper Andreas' latest film, GOING DOWN IN LA-LA LAND blends his usual sexy romp with a somewhat darker subject matter. The film played to a nearly sold out crowd tonight at the Little. What did everyone think?

8 comments:

Christopher R said...

Nice blend of drama, romance, and the usual comedy and sexiness we have come to expect from Casper.

Chris Mc. said...

Fun, sexy movie.

Jim V. said...

Sorry, folks, but I expected more from a film with Alec Mapa and Bruce Vilanch. Plenty of eye candy, but this film suffered from VERY shallow acting and was desperately in need of EXTENSIVE editing.

LilBearSings said...

I thought this was a fun, romantic romp. We really liked it.

Stefan said...

A fun, moderately campy movie, with some of the stereotypes but not overdone.

It's nice to have comical films like this one thrown into the mix. And of course, the eye candy....

Loved Bruce Vilanch.

Oh, the guy who played the one who gets addicted to meth—was that Jesse Archer? Looked so familiar...

Erik and Jason said...

Eh...OK. I didn't love it, but can't say I hated it either because I knew exactly what I was getting into when we got the tickets. The late Saturday feature is usually more about style than substance and supposed to be high on fun and sex appeal...and it delivered exactly that-----it's basically a queer version of Pretty Woman (and equally unbelievable) LOL It's definitely not going into our DVD library...but I don't want that 90 minutes of my life back either! *smile*

Woody said...

I actually really enjoyed this one. I had just the right blend of comedy, romance, and drama. It also wasn't super-campy, though at times it did have some camp and some far-fetched plot devices. :)

I'd highly suggest this one to someone looking for a light romance/comedy with gay sensibilities.

Anonymous said...

Not a bad movie. Not a great movie. It is what the title leads you to expect, but sometimes you hope for more.

Found the characters rather 2-dimensional, dialogue was clunky, situations largely cliched. Production quality OK, which in many of these films is a blessing.