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Somewhere under piles of smelly panties and worn-out jeans, there’s a story worth telling in “Gray Matters.” Unfortunately, Gray, the chirpy bubble-of-fun, steps out of that closet.
This holy-shit-I’m-a-lesbian (!) comedy quickly stalls on an overly ran-over road as Gray (Heather Graham) finds herself falling for her attached-at-the-hip brother’s fiance: Charlie, a lanky model-looking chick (Bridget Moynahan). Though sibling Sam (Tom Cavanagh) sports a yummy muscle T and dainty blue-eyed charm, and Graham gives her all as a dyke-in-distress, the film just about falls harder than Gray does for Charlie.
From the forced get-go, where Sam’s bride-to-be jumps in the tub – naked! – with Gray, it’s clear where this comedy is headed. And we’re not talking about the shitter (though at times, flushing it doesn’t seem like such a bad idea). To sort out these WTF feelings, she seeks help from her analogy-whore shrink (a wasted Sissy Spacek), who prefers to shine symbolic light in action-oriented outlets, like bowling alleys and on a gym’s rock-climbing wall.
Unleashing crappola courtesy of writer/director Sue Kramer, a distressed Gray tells her therapist, “I kissed her and I think she kissed me back, but I’m not sure ’cause I’ve never kissed a girl before.”
She retorts, “You’re not thinking straight.”
And neither was anyone involved in the making of this ultra-gray flick.
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