G.B.F.

PLOT:

Social warfare erupts when three high school clique queens battle for supremacy: drama diva Caprice, Mormon princess ‘Shley and blonde fashionista Fawcett. When unassuming Tanner is outted, he finds himself cast as the hottest new teen-girl accessory: The Gay Best Friend. The clique queens immediately pounce and makeover Tanner into their ideal arm candy, forcing him to choose between popularity and the true friends – including his own B.F.F. Brent – that he’s leaving behind.

What people are saying:

“It’s a frothy satire about adolescent social manners, a bit like “Clueless” or a tongue-in-cheek take on the 1980s-’90s “Degrassi” television series.” 4 stars

“Millennial nonsense. Hipster overload for the high school set. As an adult, and a gay adult, it took a week to get through it, cringing at every bastardized slaughter of the English language into text-speak drivel.” 2 stars

“G.B.F (Gay best friend) is witty, very good storyline,and acting was solid. This is a good intake on how to deal with ignorant people. Loved this film.” 5 stars

“Predictable and very stereotypical, but light hearted and easy to watch. Quite funny at times and even endearing. I probably wouldn’t watch it again but if you have time to waste, it’s not the worst movie to put on.” 3 stars

“No, this is not a phenomenal movie. It’s purposefully tacky, predictable, and overdone. However, in the end it proves to be quite sweet and sends out a good message.” 3 stars

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