Cast: Craig Chester, Malcolm Gets, Parker Posey, Chris Kattan, Kristen Schaal, Julie Hagerty, Paul Sand, Noah Segan, Sally Kirkland, Kent Fuher All Over the Guy 2001 - Striking a healthy, loving balance in a relationship is no easy trick, no matter what your sexual orientation.
For Eli and Tom, a set-up first date goes horribly awry.
Brad dates the hot jock (Tim Hammer), but everything changes when Brad's best pal (Joan Lauckner) arrives on the scene. Andrew Keitch, Joan Lauckner, Tim Hammer Another Gay Movie 2006 - Studly Jarod, nerdy Griff, flamboyant Nico and innocent Andy all want the same thing -- to lose their virginity -- and they'll paint the town lavender to do so in this gay take on the teen comedy genre that's filled with naughty gags aplenty.
Cast: Graham Norton, Jonah Blechman, Jonathan Chase, Mitch Morris, Ashlie Atkinson, Scott Thompson, Stephanie Mc Vay, John Epperson As Good as It Gets 1997 - Chronic grouch and acerbic author Melvin Udall lives in an obsessive-compulsive fog, rigidly following his daily routine -- till he's reluctantly drawn into the lives of stressed-out single mom Carol Connelly, gay neighbor Simon Bishop and his dog.
Ms Budge, 27, attempted to sneak past media wearing a dark black cap just after 6pm.
John Ibrahim's (bottom right) model girlfriend Sarah Budge (top) and his son Daniel (bottom left) both reported at a Sydney police station under the terms of their bail conditions on Saturday night.
The single charted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, followed by the release of her debut album, Hot (2000). State of Mind was Brown's second studio album, released in 2005 on the independent label Amber Café, which saw the release of one single, "Today" in June that year.
The album also saw the release of two top 10 singles "Tell Me" and "Feels So Good". In mid-2012, Brown announced a return to her solo recording career with the release of her third studio album by signing with EMI Music Australia.
The 27-year-old founder of 'A Bikini A Day' denied she had ever doctored an image of herself and uploaded it to Instagram, telling 60 Minutes' Peter Stefanovic that being an online sensation meant she'd simply learnt 'how to pose'.
An Uber driver (app pictured inset) has been accused of kidnapping a female passenger which left her locked in the car for more than an hour.