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‘Is It Just Me?’ is a great date movie – Outfest 2010

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: If you’ve never been on a date to the Ford Ampitheatre during Outfest, I’ve got the perfect occasion for you: the screening of the sweet romantic comedy Is It Just Me? which screens at the Ford on Saturday, July 16.

It’s always fun to pack a picnic and some wine and show up an hour or so early and eat on the grounds. It’s a really lovely time.

Is It Just Me? is written and directed by JC Calciano who I met a few weeks back. He has put together a very appealing cast for this movie about a writer named Blaine (Nicholas Downs) who is running very low on self- confidence in the guy department.

He meets Xander (David Loren) first at a coffee house then online and they click. But his hunky roomie Cameron’s (Adam Huss) photo appears on the chat page because he had been using Blaine’s computer previously. It becomes a case of mistaken identity.

Blaine wants Cameron to pretend he’s him when he and Xander meet until he can win the guy over with his wit and charm. You have to really engage in some serious suspension of disbelieve to buy that Xander would not quickly figure out that there’s no way Cameron is the man he had connected with so deeply on the phone.

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