Woof. For a film that is so much more daring and interesting than it let's off on paper, D-Train completely contradicts itself through lazy characterization and two-dimension ideology. What should have been a hysterical and surprising film about two gay men, didn't have the courage to go all the way, so what we are left with is an unfunny screwball buddy-comedy that is as representive of true life as a comic book.
Terribly misunderstood film, a nice counterpart to 'King of Comedy'. A loser with a confused view of reality and a loser who knows he is a piece of shit momentarily switch roles for the perceived importance of a high school reunion. A kind of bleak view of the cult of celebrity and ease of beauty. Probably sociopaths. People are scary and have weird obsessions.
Definitely an inconsistent movie, but one that is a lot braver than people will give it credit for (you won't know why until you see it). Sad thing is, despite marketing this as a raunchy comedy, this film will prove to be a box office failure even though it starts two big names. Weak marketing and a release during a weekend of cluttered holdovers is to blame.