Fourth Man Out (2015)


Andrew Nackman’s Fourth Man Out, a funny and endearing take on a young man’s coming out experience. Adam (Evan Todd), a closeted garage mechanic decides on his 24th birthday that it’s time to break the news to his friends: Chris (Parker Young), Ortu (Jon Gabrus), and Nick (Chord Overstreet).

This isn’t your angst-ridden and gloomy gay movie where the homosexual experience is depicted as one ordeal after another but a rather idealized, humorous, and heartfelt portrayal of the coming out theme. Sure, there are bumps along the road- but they are mostly shown as hurdles that only make the reward at the end all the more sweeter.

Rating: B+



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