Fourth Man Out

2015

Comedy / Drama

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Parker Young as Chris
Kate Flannery as Karen
Brooke Dillman as Martha
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bajmba 8 / 10

Simply Amazing - Touching & Heartfelt

I was taken by surprise with this movie. I know that it is classified as a "gay" movie but in truth it is a "human" movie. It is a story of acceptance and finding our way in life. I could relate to this movie on so many different levels.

It was touching, heartfelt,romantic, and had some truly funny moments.

This dealt with an average guy who had an awakening in his life and he decided to share it with his friends.

It then became a journey for everyone around him - some who accepted and others who did not.

There needs to be more movies like this as the script was well-developed, the actors truly cared about their roles, the production quality was top-notch, and there was a genuine heart to the movie.

Reviewed by ksf-2 8 / 10

fun coming out story

Evan Todd is Adam, who wants to come out to his friends, but finds it hard to do. He finally does, and once his friends get over themselves, they decide to help with his dating selections. Some hilarious scenes in the restaurant where he has a whole lot of terrible, awkward first dates. Throw in the religious next door neighbor who is determined to convert Adam back. Of course, his friends are goofy, but they mean well, and even take him to a gay bar. Also some really funny one-liners here and there, both gay and straight jokes. I really liked the style of saying the line, then moving right on without dwelling on it. Good directing style. Great job by all. Co-stars Parker Young, Chord Overstreet, John Gabrus.

Written by Aaron Dancik... his one and only film so far. Wonder if this was his own story. This is the fourth film directed by Andrew Nackman, two of which he had written! Good stuff. Look forward to seeing more from this group. Currently showing on netflix.

Reviewed by sinnerofcinema 9 / 10

A delightful bromance

Director Andrew Nackman crafts a very engaging and moving portrait of a small town bromance as a car mechanic comes out to his unsuspecting friends. Adam (Evan Todd) and childhood friend Chris (Parker Young) are the front and center of this bromance as Chris attempts to reconcile and engage his buddy Adam in helping him find true love. Very comedic dating scenarios turn powerful additives to a story that feeds on the feelings & trepidation of both men as they stumble and awkwardly deal with one another during this trying time of their friendship. Their love is unconditional, sometimes messy, as they don't quite know how to share or communicate their feelings. But this is what makes this bromance so much more charming. On many occasions during the film, you feel the love both men share for each other bursting out of the screen with sometime as little as a look or the withholding of words. The acting is powerful, and stirring causing a yearning and hoping that both Chris & Adam would find each other instead of someone else as Chris helps Adam find an appropriate mate. The other drinking buddies Ortu (Jon Gabrus) and Nick (Chord Overstreet) really try their darndest not to embarrass themselves in an attempt to camouflage their homophobic fears to comic results. Fourth Man Out is a breath of fresh air for a story that has been told many times before in many different languages, however writer Aaron Dancik throws you several curve-balls throughout the film that unhinge a deep seeded desire to see Chris reconcile with Adam on another level as other small town issues surrounding Adam's coming out resolve themselves to a satisfying final act. A beautiful film, splendidly shot with outstanding performances from a very capable cast making Fourth Man Out an unforgettable film.

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