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Beefcake behind bars.

Frankly, The Buzz wasn't all that excited about The Last Castle, the new political melodrama starring Robert Redford as a court-martialed general who goes toe-to-toe with prison commander James Gandolfini. But then a call came from a biz insider.

"There's ostensibly nothing gay about this movie," our mole said, panting. "But when I saw those prison-yard scenes, I realized that this definitely wasn't a movie just for straight guys. If the editors of American Bear made a movie, it would look a lot like The Last Castle."

If you don't believe the dish, check out the picture--we haven't gotten this light-headed over the criminal justice system since the Queer as Folk guys went to see their favorite porn star onstage in 12 Horny Men.
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Title Annotation:movies
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 23, 2001
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