Douglas Langway’s mid dling comedy is sort of a “Sex and the City” for big, hirsute gay guys and the younger cubs who fancy them – such as 20-something Tyler (Joe Conti), who moves in with an older couple (Brian Keane and Stephen Guarino).
Tyler develops a mad crush on a handsome “daddy bear,” Roger (Gerald McCullouch of “CSI”), who someone not inaccurately compares to Harrison Ford. But the promiscuous Roger seems more interested in a muscular Brazilian hottie, despite Tyler’s attempts to entice Roger with the help of a flamboyant pal (Alex Di Dio).
Tyler’s romantic woes are actually less interesting than a funny subplot about his roommates’ efforts to negotiate an open relationship – or the plight of a huge bear (Gregory Gunter) whose boyfriend (James Martinez) threatens to take a hike after his larger mate announces plans to lose weight via lap-band surgery.
And you thought the “Sex and the City” gals had problems.