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Moving Target

Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 75
Director: Thor Stevens
Company: Thrust Studios
Cast: York Powers, Hunter Scott, Chris Guerrero, Anthony Gallo, Tanner Reeves, Ruben Omar, Kevin Kramer
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

A knowing script (and some actors who know what to do with it) elevates this simple tale above the pack. Hunter Scott, bored of lover Tanner Reeves' advances, decides to move out.

Various couplings ensue among the moving men (Guerrero, Omar, Gallo), Tanner's new apartment manager (Kramer) and the phone installer (Powers). Funny, how one incident of discord between lovers can cause so much sperm to spill – sort of a sexual domino effect. It's all very gay, especially in the scene where Kramer reminds Powers that he once gave him a blowjob when Powers was in the building installing a phone for another tenant (Powers has completely forgotten!). A little prompting from the lip-licking Kramer and it all comes back to him – so to speak.

Unfortunately, the light-handed dialogue and acting aren't matched by the mostly uninspired camera work and lighting, or Moving Target might have been a classic. Still, perfect casting takes this vehicle a long way.


 

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Thrust Studios
York Powers
Hunter Scott
Chris Guerrero
Anthony Gallo
Tanner Reeves
Ruben Omar
Kevin Kramer
Thor Stevens

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