Sunday, December 20, 2015

LGBT Film Review: GIRLTRASH: All Night Long

Synopsis:

In this musical comedy, Daisy tries to get over her ex-girlfriend, while Colby falls in love with Misty - only problem - Misty's got a mad crush on the wild and seductive Tyler. In one epic night, the girls find sex, drugs and rock'n'roll.

My Review:

This is one of the most hyper and truly LMAO musical comedies that I've seen in a LONG time. This easily falls into the "it's so bad that it's good" category because it seriously is. GIRLTRASH knows that it's bad. It plays into its own silliness so much from the very beginning, from barely five-minutes in. When Daisy randomly bursts out into song ("Why is she singing?"), you're hard pressed not to laugh. From Colby trying to hit on Misty and epically failing, to Daisy not being able to handle that her sister is "a good gay egg," and Tyler just being "wild and seductive," and so many more moments, this is so fun. GIRLTRASH also tickles in showcasing in an over the top way how shallow the LA scene is, the awkwardness of having that first-time crush, getting over breakups, and living it up like the day is the last. All the characters are so loveable and relatable. As comical as this is, there's a heart and a message behind the madness. To top it off, the music ain't too bad either! Everything's cheesy, and I LOVE it.

** You can find this on Netflix **

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