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HBOs Looking SpecialHBOs Looking Special :- Watch HBOs Looking Special full movie on Project Free Tv,When the HBO comedy-drama series “Looking” aired its Season 2 finale in March 2015, fans didn’t know for sure whether there would be a Season 3. In a short time, HBO issued the bad news/good-news announcement: the show, never a huge ratings-getter, was canceled. But the creators and cast had a chance to wrap things up, with a movie.
It’s not another season, but hey, a movie is something fans of “Deadwood,” another show unceremoniously axed by HBO, are still dreaming about.Looking: The Movie,” which premieres on HBO Saturday, July 23, is likely to be just the capper the series’ fans have waited for.Like the series, the movie is about subjects both universal – the longing for love and connection, the bonds of friendship – and specific – the relationships and struggles of a group of good-looking gay men living in San Francisco.The movie’s compact story brings protagonist Patrick (Jonathan Groff) back to San Francisco for the wedding of one of his close friends, Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez.) Patrick, for reasons we only vaguely understand, upped and departed San Francisco almost a year ago, and moved back to his hometown of Denver.Over the course of a few days, Patrick reconnects with friends, including Agustin, Dom (Murray Bartlett), Doris (Lauren Weedman) and her boyfriend, Malik (Bashir Salahuddin.)And then there are those meaningful glances Patrick exchanges with his old flame, Richie (Raul Castillo), who’s now dating somebody else. And, saying he needs to close a chapter, Patrick — who works as a video-game designer — also sees his ex (and former boss), Kevin (Russell Tovey.)Judging by “Looking: The Movie,” Haigh (who’s filming “Lean on Pete” in Oregon this summer) has a sensitive way with actors, and a talent for easy, unforced moments. “Looking: The Movie” doesn’t have much going on that’s terribly dramatic – it’s about thoughtful gazes, heart-to-heart conversations, and dawning realizations.But it’s handled with compassion and humor, as Patrick finds his friends dealing with various life passages. Agustin is having last-minute angst about marrying his partner, worried that he’ll turn into a boring, coupled-up stereotype. Doris confides that she and Malik are considering having a baby. Patrick teases Dom about the fact that they never became a couplAs the weekend progresses, Patrick wonders whether he should move back to San Francisco; has a casual sexual encounter; accompanies his friends to a bar where they drink, dance and indulge in other recreational substances; shares some Chinese food; and has an illuminating conversation with the judge (Tyne Daly) who’s marrying Agustin and his partner, Eddie (Daniel Franzese), at City Hall.It’s all very naturalistic, and at times, a little slow. But the affectionate, accepting atmosphere casts a warm glow over everyone, like the rosy San Francisco light as the sun begins to set. If “Looking” had to end, “Looking: The Movie” at least gives its characters a fond farewell embrace.

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Release: 23 July 2016 (Usa)
IMDB Rating : 6.3/10
Director: Andrew Haigh
Writers: Andrew Haigh
Stars : Russell Tovey, Jonathan Groff, Daniel Franzese