This vehicle for Heather Graham was not that good. I would not recommend it. However, the portrayal of gays is pretty good. In the movie, Heather Graham is a travel writer, who has to suddenly handle her family’s magazine empire (particularly, a bride and wedding magazine). Her love interests are both Taye Diggs and David Sutcliffe (yeah, busy girl).
Our token gay here is played by Keram Malicki-Sánchez (never saw him before), Heather Graham’s flamboyant gay assistant, who, by the end of the movie is even able to write a story on equal marriage for the magazine. Additional kudos for the movie are granted for a scene in which Heather Graham asks David Sutcliffe to dance with a tranny, and he dances with her, a sensual, close dance. Very nice. Straight guy dancing with a tranny. No problem.
Again, chick flicks rule!