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Burning Blue

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An investigation into a series of fatal accidents leads to the exposure of a clandestine affair between two Navy pilots (Trent Ford, Rob Mayes). Problem is one of them has a wife and the other has a girlfriend.
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The Dissolve
Burning Blue has lots of scenes where its male leads gaze longingly at each other, which is meant to be melancholy and erotic, but unfortunately skirts close to parody.
June 05, 2014
This shockingly amateurish film evokes memories of "Making Love," the Arthur Hiller film about a married man coming to terms with his homosexuality.
June 06, 2014
Glenn Dunks
Viewing now in the clear light of a post-DADT world and the grand-standing dialogue of [Director] Greer and co-writer Helene Kvale come off as weightless, drooping under the clichés and perceived inherent power of its story...
June 10, 2014
Film Journal International
This stiff saga of gays in the military, with its manly men being manly together, evokes that tale of repression Brokeback Mountain, while somehow being much less homoerotic than Top Gun.
June 05, 2014
New York Observer
What can any actor do with dialogue like, "We are warriors paid to defend this country, not spill our guts and frolic in the daisies."
June 04, 2014
Top guns in love struggle against institutional homophobia in a tone deaf melodrama well past its sell-by date.
June 09, 2014
New York Times
The script, by Mr. Greer and Helene Kvale, rolls along with lifeless, profoundly unimaginative dialogue ...
June 05, 2014
Los Angeles Times
Earnest but terribly ham-fisted ...
June 05, 2014