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31. Trick [DVD] Popular
Aspiring musical writer and composer Gabriel (Christian Campbell) is not having much luck with either his career or his love life, and ends up spending most of his time with his bitchy friend Katherine (Tori Spelling). When he is advised to go out and get some real life experience, Gabriel visits a Manhattan gay bar and picks up hunky stripper Mark (J.P. Pitoc). The pair are soon heading off for a night of passion - except that Gabriel has nowhere he can take his one night stand!

Starring: Christian Campbell, John Paul Pitoc, Tori Spelling, Brad Beyer, Lacey Kohl

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32. Triple Crossed [DVD] Popular
With a tour in Afghanistan behind him, war-torn Chris Jensen (introducing Jack Brockett) struggles to assimilate back to life in California. Drifting and living out of his car, he soon discovers that few are willing to deal with the remnants of a damaged career military man. Chris is self medicating; desperate to silence the echoes from the front lines. When an opportunity finally presents itself, he makes the hard decision to employ his most coveted talents honed in special ops. A job is a job and Chris knows civilian life can be just as cut-throat as time in active duty. But just how close does he have to get to Andrew Warner (Sean Paul Lockhart) to secure the kill?

Starring: Jack Brockett, Sean Paul Lockhart (aka Brent Corrigan) , Laura Reilly, Addison Graham



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33. US Queer As Folk - Complete Boxset Popular
Gay has rarely been so glamorous as in the American version of Queer as Folk. But the show's success rests on more than hard bodies and glossy, picture-perfect sex (though there's an abundance of that); this series gave its characters a multidimensional richness that rivals more high-profile programs like Six Feet Under or The Sopranos, while tackling an impressive breadth of social and political issues without ever (well, almost never) feeling preachy. Most TV series would take a topic like this last legal wrangle and stretch it over an entire season, but Queer as Folk is more ambitious. The writers recognise that the resolution of one problem is rarely the end of the story, that muddy consequences can be as dramatically compelling as head-to-head conflict. This aggressive and effective plotting, combined with the show's willingness to explore the complexities of every issue, be it assimilation or the coming out of a celebrity, results in an increasing emotional power as the series steamrolls towards its final episode. Some subplots can be silly (Brian has a ridiculous stud-off with a new hot guy in town), the dialogue can sometimes veer from wit to camp cliches, and the omnipresence of sculpted, muscular physiques is absurd and even a little alienating for some viewers, but Queer as Folk's strengths, the compassion and intelligence of the writers, the commitment and nuance of the acting make this show a true television landmark and a pleasure to watch. And then, of course, there's all that graphic and lovingly photographed sex.

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