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“Behind the Candelabra” out on DVD today!

In case you missed it on HBO or want to see it all over again and again, Behind the Candelabra is out on DVD today.

I may pick up a copy because I want to just keep rewinding Rob Lowe’s scenes to try and see if I can figure out exactly how they made his face so “surprised” in his scenes.

Then, of course, I may rewind the scene where a speedo clad Matt Damon straddle Michael Douglas out by the pool. that was awfully cute.

We find out on Sunday just how many Emmys Candelabra will win in total. It has already picked up eight (presented at Creative Arts Emmys last weekend) and is up for Best Miniseries, Best Actor (Douglas and Damon) and supporting actor (Scott Bakula).

Douglas, in one of the best performances of his career, is a lock to win the Emmy for his performance as Liberace. Damon would have won as Scott Thorson were he not competing against his co-star.

I hope this movie lives on and on and makes many millions from DVDs as a lesson to all of the major studios who passed in the film because it was too gay for them.



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  1. I doubt that they passed on this telefilm because it was “too gay”. They are about making money, not judging levels of “gay”. I’m certainly not going to bother to watch it, and I am surprised that it is financially successful. There has already been books and movies about Scott Thorson and Liberace, ad nauseum. There is not likely to be any new information revealed, and all the pictures which I have seen from this spectacle look like scenes from some sort of clown show. Why are there never any characters like me in movies or on television? I just a plain ordinary man from Shreveport, a heavy equipment operator in the construction industry, who just happens to be homosexual. I have little in common with the so-called “gays” which I see pictured above, or in movies and television programs.

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