While I’m still playing at DIK and preparing to make Matthew’s life as hellish as possible for the next choose your own m/m story challenge, I thought I’d share this piece of awesomeness with you.
It is the scene from the Were the World Mine that made me fall deeply and irrevocably in love with it:
To find out more about this movie go and read Aunt Lynn’s review here.
*KC wonders if she can netflix this….*
KC: Aunt Lynn said it was on one of your cable channels?? I'm not sure if it still is or not.
If you like this scene you should go watch this. Tanner Cohen, who plays Timothy, has the most amazing tenor. It will blow you away: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y1w0rwUHTs&feature=related
Yes, you can Netflix it. I must try and find a way to see it since I'm not signing up for Netflix for one movie.
Tam: “I must try and find a way to see it since I'm not signing up for Netflix for one movie.”
Are you trying to make me feel bad since this is probably something that I would do? LOL.
I bought my copy since I knew there was no chance in hell that I would find it at a rental place here, given my experience with Shelter.
I *cough* may also now own a copy of the soundtrack.
LOVE that movie!
Tam, Netflix has lots of great GLBT movies that are hard to find at rental places (at least the places near me). Most of them can be streamed instantly too. And at just $8-$9 per month, it's a better deal for me than the rental places.
Richelle: It is absofuckinglutely amazing. It makes me squee and bounce and try and coerce as many people into watching it as possible so that they can fall in love with it too.
Would I be bannished for life if I said I had never heard of the movie?
*hides behind couch*
Great snippet though!
Orannia: LOL. No, you won't be banished.
I hadn't come across it either until I read Aunt Lynn's review. I instantly knew this would be something I'd like so I got online and bought a copy.
No regrets here! 🙂
This is going on my list of things to watch this weekend. Not only does Netflix have it, they have it available to watch online!
Eyre: I'll look forward to seeing what you think of it. I made the Mumma – also an English teacher – watch it the other night and she absolutely loved it. A very, very clever reinterp of Shakespeare.