Happy Flicks

Tomorrow is a holiday in the country, so why not head over to the cinemas to watch the showing of Little Boy/Big Boy, a new gay movie that “tells the tale of a carefree soul who is suddenly confronted with the responsibility of taking care of his seven-year-old nephew.” This one stars Paolo Rivero who bottoms for Douglas Robinson. It’s a happy movie that affirms the vision of director Joselito Altarejos and screen writer Lex Bonife that the homosexual is “not just an organism for pleasure but also a catalyst for unconditional love.” The movie will be screened starting 5 August 2009 at the Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Ermita and Robinsons Bacolod theaters.

Speaking of Lex Bonife [who’s doing a bit role in this one, so I heard] and unconditional love, there’s another gay movie that is – mark your calendar again, guys – slated for showing on 12 August 2009. It’s called Showboyz and it stars the very controversial Kristofer King, shown above being flogged in the log by 90s sexy actor Toffee Calma. Showboyz, which is directed by Crisaldo Pablo, will be shown at the Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Ermita, Remar Cubao, Isetann Recto and some theaters in Cebu and Davao.

Little Boy/Big Boy preems

The new gay movie to hit town – Little Boy/Big Boy is set to premiere on 30 July 2009 at Cinema 5 of Robinsons Galleria [6.30 p.m. for the meet-and-greet with the cast and 7.30 p.m. screening]. This is a happy and heartwarming tale about two men – played by gay-indie-flick fave Paolo Rivero and sexy actor-model Douglas Robinson – and how they raise a little boy together. According to the movie info, this will be Douglas Robinson’s “most revealing performance.” Little Boy/Big Boy is from the pioneering Parola and Antonio tandem of screenwriter Lex Bonife and director Joselito Altarejos.

Little Boy/Big Boy

The Parola, Antonio and Kambyo┬ádynamic duo of Lex Bonife and Joselito Altarejos is coming out again with a new digital movie. This time, Lex says it’s a happy gay film. Entitled Little Boy/Big Boy, it stars Paolo Rivero and Douglas Robinson. No, Douglas is not the big boy there, as he has put on some poundage [but still he looks mighty fine to me]. The movie’s about a “carefree urban gay male” who suddenly gets the sole responsibility of being a father to his nephew. ┬áLex says this one’s a feel-good flick, which will be shown sometime in May.

Where is Doug Robinson?

It seems like I haven’t been seeing Douglas Robinson on TV anymore. More specifically, this Cebuano model, who was a semi-finalist in the first Mossimo Bikini Summit in 2002, has gone a-missing from the noontime show SOP as part of Take 5 [Yes, Carlos I still watch and wait for you every 1 pm on Sundays. And we can talk about how you always traipse in your number]. I’m just wondering if he got booted out, merely resigned, or just on vacation.

Work your midsection!

Models: Douglas Robinson [topmost] and Carlos Concepcion

In a recent study by the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, it was declared that waist circumference is more conclusive than either weight or body-mass index [BMI] as a measure of disease risk. Miami cardiologist Arthur Agatston, MD, author of the South Beach Diet supports this research by saying that: “Abdominal fat is different and more dangerous than fat elsewhere. Unlike fat directly under the skin, belly fat, which adheres to organs, is associated with increases in C-reactive protein [CRP] and other markers of inflammation that can lead to heart disease.” So guys, other than working your abs to flaunt in the beach this summer, there is a more scientific and healthful reason for doing it. Say, your life depends on it.