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Sweet, smart, and funny, Mulligans is more than a poignant family drama; more than a coming out movie.

College jock Tyler brings his best friend, aspiring artist Chase, to his family's lakeside home for vacation. The Davidson family welcomes Chase but as the summer blossoms, unexpected attractions flare. Tyler's Mom Stacey tries to keep it all together while Tyler's Dad Nathan valiantly struggles with his long suppressed sexuality.

Exceptionally well-written and packed with great performances from a strong cast that includes Charlie David (Dante's Cove, Kiss The Bride), Thea Gill (Queer As Folk), Dan Payne (Watchmen), Derek James and newcomer Grace Vukovic.


  • Director: Chip Hale
  • Producer: Linda Carter
  • Producer: Charlie David
  • Writer: Charlie David
  • Length: 1 hrs. 29 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Nov 12 2016
  • Production Year: 2008
  • TLA SKU: 1879121

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13 Reviews for Mulligans

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Review by Scott Cranin

By: Scott Cranin
In-House Review - Dec 16 2011
Charlie David (Dante's Cove: The Guilty Pleasure Collection) is taking the controls of his career as the star and writer of this gay update of The Graduate. Tyler (Derek Baynham) brings his college buddy Chase (Charlie David) home for the summer to h... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Tricky

By: Tricky
Excellent movie five stars

Review by buddhaman

By: buddhaman
Forgot to add to my previous review: Dan Payne has got to be the most gorgeous specimen of man I've ever seen on film!

Review by buddhaman

By: buddhaman
This was a remarkably candid portrait of a family with an underlying secret. It's almost reminiscent of the film Doing Time on Maple Drive. One earlier reviewer asked "Why is it that so many gay movies end in sadness? Either someone commits suicide, ... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by Gaelan

By: Gaelan
I actually liked this film. There were some weaknesses in the acting (the straight boy is a bit over the top), but, overall, the acting was believable. Direction was good and the story was well told - if really familiar. Have a weakness for Dan Pa... Read More

Review by joe_in_baltimore

By: joe_in_baltimore
Why is it that so many gay movies end in sadness? Either someone commits suicide, or someone is left all alone, or everyone goes their separate ways. Is it too much to ask for a happy ending once in a while?

Review by JANORM

To really appreciate what this film is trying to say, you have to know, to be involved, or to have watched a situation such as this, develop and enfold, to a conclusion. This was so real and true to life, I wonder if Charlie David might have had som... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by Jayson

By: Jayson
I didn't know much about the movie before seeing it, but I was impressed. The acting was good and I felt a connection to the characters. On a lustful note; I'm now in love with Dan Payne. I've never heard of him before, but I was like a high school k... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by marty

By: marty
Like real life, this movie does not tie up every loose end by the final frame like an episode of "Golden Girls."

At the beginning of the movie, I felt like everyone was under a time crunch to spit out their lines in 15 minutes flat. (Thea... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by CreamB

By: CreamB
This movie was well worth the wait. I loved everything about it: the cast; the setting; the acting; & the wonderful storyline. This is the perfect example of why we have to be true to ourselves. I know so many people who live the same life that the f... Read More
2.00 out of 5

Review by Ricky

By: Ricky
Unfortunately, I don't share the enthusiasm of other reviewers for this film. My biggest problem, quite honestly, is the casting. Nathan and wife are too young for their roles as parents of Tyler, while Tyler and Chase are way too old to play. convin... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Conner

By: Conner
I give, "Mulligans', 4 - Stars, as I thought it was well done, well acted, and very thought provoking, as this has happened to families in real life.

I found the movie to be a mixture of both the "Graduate" and "A Change of Heart" which st... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen

Going Forward by Looking Back

Amos Lassen

"Mulligans" is something of a modern gay version of the classic Dustin Hoffman/Anne Bancroft film "The Graduate". It, like "The Graduate" is a story of coming-of-... Read More

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