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Fire Island Movie: Review, Trailer, Where To Watch Online

Fire Island Movie: Review, Trailer, Where To Watch Online: A group of queer best friends gather in the Fire Island Pines for their annual week of love and laughter, but when a sudden change of events jeopardizes their summer in gay paradise, their bonds as a chosen family are pushed to the limit.

Fire Island Movie: Review, Trailer, Where To Watch Online

Review:

Fire Island” quickly suggests its homage-paying hand with a verbal and visual shoutout to pride and prejudice. After a quick appearance of that novel, narrator Noah (Joel Kim Booster) quotes its author, Jane Austen, then dismisses her lines as a heterosexual term for marriage and monogamy.

Noah doesn’t have time for that crap; He is late for the boat to the Titanic Gay Mecca, where he meets his gay den with his friends.

Much of Yang’s expected brashness is transplanted to Noah. He’s physically built, unapologetically slutty, and the de facto leader of the multiethnic crew that includes the raunchy, boisterous duo of Luke (Matt Rogers) and Keegan (Tomás Matos), and the playfully judgmental Black intellectual Max (Torian Miller).

Trailer:

Joel Kim Booster had a thought: Why do we even need movie trailers? Sure, they give people a bite-size look at a film they might find intriguing, but couldn’t we just … not?

This was the theory Booster advanced to me one evening in late April, just hours after the trailer was released for “Fire Island,” a gay romantic comedy he wrote and starred in.

Booster had anticipated this moment with a not-inconsiderable level of anxiety, so he met the morning with a plan: After posting the trailer online, he would go back to bed, then keep himself distracted with a trip to the gym and several palliative episodes of “Real Housewives.”

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Where to Watch Online:

Watch Fire Island in the UK

Fire Island will stream on the Disney+ Star channel in the UK and will be available from Friday 3rd June 2022. Subscription to Disney+ (opens in new tab) costs £7.99 a month or £79.90 a year. Currently, there is no free trial.

A group of queer best friends gather in Fire Island Pines for their annual week of love and laughter, but a sudden change of events might make this their last summer in gay paradise. Get Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+.Get all three.