Watch: Spoiler Alert 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – The story of Michael Ausiello and Kit Cowan’s relationship that takes a tragic turn when Cowan is diagnosed with terminal cancer..
Plot: Journalist Michael Ausiello embarks on a rollercoaster ride of emotions when Kit Cowan, his partner of 14 years, is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
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100% absolutely amazing. I loved the casting. This is a rare film that made me laugh, cry and feel true emotion all at the same time.
This film makes you think about your own life, your own love and remind you, that you never know how long you truly have.
The cast was all fabulous.
As a gay man, it felt so nice to see this type of film hit cinemas.
Hearing the entire theatre cry their eyes out in the last half hour must prove they did a job well done.
For sure one of my favorite films of the year.
Jim Parsons was a huge stand out. Very well casted and very well acted.
Please go see this movie.
First movie in my 49 years that I cried at
I let the tears stream down nearly the whole second half. Was an amazing movie. It was funny, beautiful, sad, and relevant. I recently ended a 15 year relationship with my ex and even though my ending was not the same as Michael and Kit’s. It really allowed me to grieve again and know that I will be ok. Sadly, it is only playing in just a few theaters in Atlanta, which is typical for a LGBTQIA+ movie. But it really isn’t a queer movie. It really does show that love has ups and downs, and sometimes love itself really doesn’t care who you are, it slaps you in the face anyway. The story could be anyone’s story and that is where it’s strength lies. It is a story of us, all of us, who have loved and lost for whatever reason.
It was so relevant to me that in the scene where Michael and Kit are in the bed for the first time, Michael doesn’t want his shirt removed. We have already seen Michael’s early life and know that he was a big boy. When Michael stopped kit from removing his shirt, I immediately knew why before the character explained he was a FFK. I was a big boy and still am. Even though it was only a few lines of dialog and never came up again, I really connected with that moment.
I think there will be a lot of people who will relate to Michael’s story, the real Michael. I’m glad such a beautiful, painful, and important story was told and shared.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 52 min (112 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Michael Showalter
Writer David Marshall Grant, Dan Savage, Michael Ausiello
Actors Jim Parsons, Ben Aldridge, Josh Pais
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
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Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
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