BearCity

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Released 2010

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2010
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Take the girls from "Sex and the City," inject them with large amounts of testosterone, tape fur coats to their bodies - and you have something almost as great as BearCity. In this award-winning romantic comedy from director Douglas Langway (Raising Heroes) and co-writer Lawrence Ferber, viewers are given an insider pass to a burly, tight-knit group of New York City friends who are trying to make it through life's twisted paths and love's absurdities without getting lost. When twinkie newbie and closet bear chaser Tyler (Joe Conti) joins the gang, he has no idea the impact his new friends will have on his life. Invited to move in with the group's very own "Yogi and Boo Boo," Fred (Brian Keane) and Brent (Stephen Guarino, "The Big Gay Sketch Show"), Tyler becomes a fast staple. As in any good romantic comedy, our hot young lead needs a love interest; insert Roger (Gerald McCullouch) the hot Casanova of muscle bears. The film oozes with sexual tension. It spills over with comic relief added by full-of-heart, "Mama-Bear" Michael (Gregory Gunter), BearCity is a prime cut of movie-beef. From society's pressure to fit into a mold, to the trials and tribulations of a long-term relationship, rediscover the importance of true friendship in your life.moreless

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  • 60

    Time Out New York

    Despite a schmaltzy original score and some clunky direction, the film's well-portrayed characters and spot-on depiction of the scene make this a pleasant enough romp.

  • 50

    New York Post Lou Lumenick

    Douglas Langway's middling comedy is sort of a "Sex and the City" for big, hirsute gay guys and the younger cubs who fancy them.

  • 40

    Variety Dennis Harvey

    Helmer/co-writer Doug Langway's first feature has the right basic elements for niche DVD and cable success, but its overly digressive storytelling cries out for considerable tighte...

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    Romantic Comedy, Gay & Lesbian, Independent