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Filed under: Comedy, Drama, Romance — Tags: , , — checkrenespho @ 7:29 am

Genres: Comedy , Romance , Drama
Actors: Michele Matheson , Mark Arnold , Martha Gehman , Alexis Arquette , Josh Charles , Stephen Baldwin , Lara Flynn Boyle , Joanne Baron , Jennifer Lawler , Jack Breschard , Jillian Johns , Amy Ferioli , Jason Workman , Katherine Kousi , Kathleen Beaton
Director: Andrew Fleming
Country: United States
Year: 1994
IMDB Rating: 5.9/10 (8612 votes)

Eddy and Stuart share two-thirds of a dormitory suite. Due to bureaucratic error, a woman named Alex is added to their room. At first, relations among the three are tense. Soon, however, Alex falls for Eddy, and Stuart lusts after Alex. Eddy comes to realize not only that he’s gay, but that he’s attracted to Stuart. The three pledge not to act on any romantic (or lustful) feelings with each other, and become close friends . . . while bottling up a lot of sexual tension.

Film Review

Due to a computer mix up female Alex (Lara Flynn Boyle) has to share a dorm apartment with two men–sex-obsessed Stuart (Stephen Baldwin) and nice, quiet Eddy (Josh Charles). She begins to fall in love with Eddy but he reveals to her that he’s gay–maybe (he’s still a virgin). They all become fast friends and make a pact NOT to have sex with each other. But Alex is still in love with Eddy–and Eddy is very attracted to hunky Stuart…Almost perfect comedy/drama. For its time, this was groundbreaking. This was a rare Hollywood film that brought up gay characters and issues and did NOT ignore them or "miraculously" make the character straight. SPOILER ALERT!!!!! It is revealed that Eddy IS gay and is happily with a boyfriend at the end of the movie! I remember seeing this in a theatre and being stunned in 1994. NO Hollywood film had ever done that before (letting a gay character stay gay AND be happy). Even today that’s a rare occurrence–back in 1994 it was unheard of. For th…

Threesome (1994)*** (out of 4) Surprisingly effective comedy/drama about roommates Stuart (Stephen Baldwin) and Eddy (Josh Charles) whose lives turn upside down when Alex (Lara Flynn Boyle) moves into their dorm room. At first the three don't hit it off but that quickly changes and soon Alex likes Eddy, Stuart likes Alex and Eddy like Stuart. I remember watching this thing when it first came out and while this viewing didn't live up to what I remembered, I was still surprised at how well it did hold up all these years later. I think the film, unlike many, tried to be serious about it's subject matter and the three relationships that eventually evolve over the running time. For the most part the film doesn't hit any false moments as you will really feel as if you are watching three different characters come into their own while at college when sex is running free. The screenplay by director Fleming does a nice job at developing all three characters and their relatio…

This is one seriously underrated movie. The humor is very clever and mature (compared to say, a Will Farrell style college movie). I love the narration by the Eddy character, it makes this movie so much more. He makes you really feel what he's feeling. All three characters take you on their journey of self discovery, a bit of sexual experimentation that often occurs while in college, and most of all – the painful truth about "How can someone be such a necessary part of one's life one moment, and simply vanish the next?" How true is that?! One should also note the amazing original score by Thomas Newman. He's composed music for a ton of other movies too such as American Beauty, Pay It Forward, Erin Brockovich – just to scratch the surface. I recently became obsessed with finding this music, that is NOT included on the Threesome soundtrack (although the non-original music on that CD is a great compilation, including U2's "Dancing Barefoot" – a phenome…

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