Expectation: A cringingly misguided homophobic romp filled to the brim with dated gay-panic jokes.
Reality: A funny and sweet film that more accurately reflects the progress being made these days. Evan Todd as Adam is an outrageously likable leading man, I found myself enamored with him from the get-go. And his character's bromance with Parker Young's Chris exhibited a tenderness and vulnerability that made it that much more authentic. Todd and Young had effortless chemistry, and the scene where Chris plays along with Adam's front of being his fiancé was actually kind of heartwarming in a way.
I'm glad this movie exists, and if you're a straight guy who's reading this review right now, I hope you consider checking it out.