elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

eCupid (2012) directed by J.C. Calciano

Marshall is frustrated in love. He downloads a mysterious app that gives him everything he thinks he wants. He soon learns to be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.

Director: J.C. Calciano

Writer: J.C. Calciano

Stars: Andy Anderson, John Callahan and Galen Drever

Genres: Romance

Storyline: Marshall (Houston Rhines) is turning 30 and working at a dead-end job for a boss (John Callahan) who overlooks his talents. After seven years with his boyfriend, Gabe (Noah Schuffman), Marshall's love life is stuck in a rut. He is desperate for something new. He goes looking for it online, where he comes upon a mysterious app that guarantees to find true love. It scans every inch of his online world and suddenly turns his life upside down. Marshall suddenly gets everything he thinks he wanted. Newly single and ready for adventure, Marshall is overwhelmed with sexy guys at every turn, each promising to be the man of his fantasies. But too much of a good thing may not be a good thing. He soon finds that all the attention is more than he bargained for. With the help of a wise and mysterious waitress (Morgan Fairchild), Marshall is given one last chance to listen to his heart and figure out what (and who) is really important.

@Amazon: eCupid (2012)

Houston Rhines ... Marshall Thomas
Noah Schuffman ... Gabe Horton
Matt Lewis ... Keith
Brad Pennington ... Richard
Mike C. Manning ... Myles (as Mike Manning)
Galen Drever ... Dawson
Andy Anderson ... Chris 1
John Callahan ... Mr. Hutchington
Morgan Fairchild ... Venus
Matthew Gittelson ... Customer
Joe Komara ... Chris 2
George Gray ... TV Announcer
Peter A. O'Riordan ... Go Go dancer
Gary Riotto ... Carson
Chris Rubeiz ... Jimmy
Scott Pretty ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Marshall and Gabe

Keith and Richard

Myles and Dawson

Tags: gay romance movie

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