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About the Movie
By and large, things are going well for Corey (Tyler Poelle). He's a successful young therapist who recently purchased a gorgeous pair of engagement rings. Corey plans to propose to his long-term boyfriend Jon (David Wilson Page). Jon, however, might not be ready for such an important life-long commitment. In an effort to sew his wild oats, Jon begins having an affair with a woman (Jenica Bergere). Worse yet, it turns out that she's one of Corey's patients! The formerly happy couple is soon broken apart and Corey is devastated-that is, until his brassy, lesbian sister Kelsey (Jennifer Elise Cox) introduces him to the wonders of social media and how easy it is for gay men to get someone these days. Faster than you can log into Grindr, Corey begins seeing a hunky guy named Pete (Joel Rush). Pete seems to have everything a young, successful gay guy could ask for, but when Jon comes crawling back for forgiveness, Corey finds himself with a very difficult decision to make. Love or Whatever is packed with hysterically funny dialogue, a stellar cast (which includes plenty of beefy eye candy) and a perfect balance between wild humor and heart-warming romance.
This is a movie I would definitely recommend. The casting was perfect and the acting was great as well. Loved the story! The way that the main character's sister is played by Jennifer Elise Cox makes it hard to believe she'd be a womanizer, but I'll give them a pass on that. I think she would've been a better character not being written as a womanizer. Besides Jennifer's character and a cheesy moment towards the end, it was an amazing movie.
Excellent movie and acting. Though similar to other Lesbian & Gay romantic comedies, it breaks the mold and stands on its own with quality character depth and charm that will leave a smile upon your face. "Love or Whatever" has become my new favorite romantic comedy in this subgenre. I highly recommend this film!
PS- The cast, humor, and set actually would have made an excellent TV series!