Judas Kiss

 (304)5.51 h 34 min201113+
Film festival judge Zach Wells' one-night stand turns out to be a student competing for a scholarship Zach must award. Mysteriously, Danny Reyes' film has the same title as Zach's, that won the festival years before. Career in shambles, he sees Danny making the same mistakes and decides to take matters into his own hands. As Zach scrambles for answers a mysterious campus tour guide counsels him...
Directors
J.T. Tepnapa
Starring
Charlie DavidRichard HarmonBrent Corrigan
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Science FictionDramaFantasy
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English [CC]
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English
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Timo DescampsJulia Morizawa
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Carlos PedrazaJody Wheeler
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4.1 out of 5 stars

304 global ratings

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Rich53Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
STELLER DAVID, HARMON, LOCKHART PERFORMANCE
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Because of the many nevative reviews, I waited months before beginning JUDUS KISS and I was ready to hit the X as soon as Charlie David took the screen. He is a gay actor who has problems playing gay characters-go figure. This performance may well be his best with two other actors giving stellar (maybe breakout) performances. Much is made of the Lockhart character but for the wrong reason. I urge everyone to look past the actors past "performances" and gauge his performance as the spurned suitor.

The story is about a man, past his youth, forced to look back at a single moment in time that lead him down a road, far from the greatness he sought. The story centers on four young college students with a student film festival as the backdrop.

Could be written and filmed better, some of the supporting actors may be weak but overall JUDAS KISS is well worth the time. This is an unapologetically gay movie, with unapologetically gay characters and unapologetically gay actors playing unapologetically gay scenes. The climax came as a some what shocking moment and the last scene is a bit overplayed but in 2011 the gay community still had not learned to speak without explaining.

Now for the some of the negative "reviews", although we appreciate the progressive straight supportive community, please do not feel the need to "objectively" review gay films. You should not feel the need to grace us with your wisdom. We can make it on our own.
13 people found this helpful
J Ross MerlotReviewed in the United States on October 19, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Another solid Charlie David film
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It was an interesting film. Even if Charlie David wasn't in it and getting a lot of screen time I think I would have liked it (of course that sweet mug of his certainly made it more enjoyable for me.) It was an interestingly layered story with a bent line that I didn't see coming. I didn't see the temporal confusion coming either, but I thought it tied some things together nicely, and in an unexpected fashion.

I was highly amused, and happily impressed, with the casting of, and acting of, Sean Paul Lockhart as the sweet overlooked love interest of the young film maker.
2 people found this helpful
Michael R. / Richard SReviewed in the United States on November 27, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
What would it be like!?!?!?
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Exactly. What if we could have a DO OVER? Fantasy for sure....but, this movie does play on you to wonder about the life (past) choices we have made..and if we had a chance to change anything...would we!?!?!? Well done. Lotsa eye candy, indeed.
6 people found this helpful
Alan BartlettReviewed in the United States on February 5, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Would you, could you, should you?
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Interesting storyline. Unusual, yet oddly predictable. Time travel, the chance to repair one's life, correct mistakes, hold on to what is good. It is the dream of all of us.
The filming is well done, the acting by some is good, but most are mediocre.
Can I recommend the film? Yes, but only marginally. For those into what-ifs, this film will be a winner. For those who accept that hard work, a touch of luck, and a great support system is the answer, you may be disappointed until the film's last scene as the credits roll..
Deborah AlbeeReviewed in the United States on January 22, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Unusual, Mysterious, Luxurious Cinematography
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Complex plot, reminiscent of Groundhog Day. Makes you second guess your own life choices and wish for a
do-over.
Eye candy sets - hallowed old college halls, sweeping grassy quads, exquisite men in spiffy suits, poignant shots of rows of trees, dripping in symbolism. Spots of grungy realism. Even I remember the laundry basket of clothes underneath the bunk in my dorm room at college. Give it a look and see if you can figure it out.
2 people found this helpful
Michael T.Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2018
3.0 out of 5 stars
A film guy second guessing his life
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After watching him in Muligan, I really like this actor. I just felt , that there are so many ways to take a gay theme . This was a waste of effort. Plus the Idea of sleeping with him self takes the whole idea of masturbation to a whole new level. This film just did not grab me and make me want to watch it. Too much in his head second guessing his life. I think if it only took place in his head and not in his real life it would have been better.
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DavidReviewed in the United States on April 18, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
It would be have been great without all the bad special effects
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I like the plot. It was interesting. I like the actors for the most part. I didn't care for the actor who played Danny which isn't a good thing since he was one of the stars. Sean Paul Lockhart was the best thing in the movie. He was the only real person. He wasn't hung up on fame like Danny or being the top dog like Shane.

The special effects were horrible. They really detracted from the movie.
Cinder DReviewed in the United States on October 6, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Hmmmm
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Okay, soooo.... weird but good. I liked it. The ending was sweet. Still not sure I understand the whole dad thing. There was absolutely NO confrontation on the subject matter and so I was left wondering what was what. Otherwise I cannot complain. I spent so long not watching this movie and was pleasantly surprised by it now that I finally have. Probably going to have to go at it one more time but initial reaction... decent.
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