Jun 9, 2014 - Film    2 Comments

“G.B.F.” Film Review.

I was suggested to watch G.B.F. (Gay Best Friend) by a friend and was delighted to find a teen comedy about touchy subject, being gay.

In a school where the students struggle to be relevant, friends Brent played by Paul Iacono and Tanner played by Michael J. Willett discuss how wonderful it would be to be openly gay – as no one has done it before at their school. In a school where being the first at something is trendy no matter what it is, despite being Brent‘s plan for himself, by accident Tanner ends up being outed and ends up becoming an arm accessory for the top three queen bees at the school.

Despite the touchy subject, I found this film to be funny and light hearted, yet also have a deeper meaning about love, identity and acceptance. If you love teen comedy films, I would definitely recommend this one. It’s good.


  • My cousin wanted to watch this, and so we did ,
    we didnt even go halfway

    Hashtag So MUCH TALKING
    Hashtag Snoozefest
    Hashtag watch another movie instead LOL

  • This film was good! It wasn’t great, but it was good. Glad I saw it.

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