Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Brokebutt Mountain: An Early Review

Warning: This post contains spoilers.

First of all, this reviewer is biased against gay cowboy movies. For a more fair review, you may want to look somewhere else. OK, here goes:

It's the 1960's, and two cowboys are out on a sheep drive in the mountains of Wyoming. They talk of their love of Liberace and Little Richard around the nightly campfire. One night, they find each other getting familiar with the sheep when they each thought the other was sleeping. As the sheep don't like this and often kick and bite them, they decide to take their energies out on each other. They pretend that it was a mistake, but of course they are sick perverts and give it to each other for the first half of the movie, despite the fact that they are married to the decent looking Michelle Williams and the smoking hot Anne Hathaway.

The men cope with their forbidden desire, and one of the men leaves ranching to pursue other professional interests (I'm not sure, but I think he becomes a cop or construction worker). After a few years they reunite and decide to be true to themselves. They then found the Village People.

Overall, one is left wondering if there is any entertainment out there for anyone who isn't one sick bastard. Maybe next week I'll go to Transamerica. It sounds like some sort of racing movie.


Blogger drjonz said...

I give this review 10 stars!

10:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are a fucking bastard and need to get a grip on reality

4:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The movie was terrible, but this attempt at humor is worse.

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I give it "two thumbs up", your ass.

1:02 PM  

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