The best Bryan Safi’s movies

Bryan Safi

Bryan Safi

We present our ranking of the best Bryan Safi’s movies. Do you love cinema? Or are you looking for a movie of your favorite actor to watch tonight? Surely you have some to see or that you did not know yet about Bryan Safi.
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Desperados

Desperados
5.2/10
A panicked young woman and her two best friends fly to Mexico to delete a ranting email she sent to her new boyfriend. On arrival, they run into her former beau, who soon gets caught up in their frantic scheme.

The Devil Has a Name

The Devil Has a Name
5.5/10
An oil baron and a farmer standoff after the water on his farm is poisoned by her company.

A Deadly Adoption

A Deadly Adoption
5.1/10
Things go awry when an author and his wife welcome a pregnant woman into their home, with plans to adopt her baby.

Keeping Company

Keeping Company
4.9/10
A fateful chain of events begin to unravel after two brash insurance salesmen go knocking on the wrong door and find themselves trapped in a stranger's basement.

Bulldog in the White House

Bulldog in the White House
4.1/10
  • Genre: Drama
  • Release: 28/01/2006
  • Character: The President
"Bulldog in the Whitehouse" takes political satire to obscene new heights: portraying the Bush administration as a cabal of lustful and traitorous gay men who are too busy having sex to notice the empire crumbling down around them. An explosive and darkly comic adaptation of Choderlos de Laclos' novel Dangerous Liaisons, the film's web of sex and deceit centers on Bulldog, a hustler who seduces his way into the Washington press corps to gain access to the halls of the political elite. At the bidding of his puppet master, a corpulent and power mad Karl Rove, Bulldog engages in manipulative trysts with Whitehouse hotties like the demure press secretary, the religious leader and the confused, imbecilic good ol' boy president himself.

You're Killing Me

You're Killing Me
5.2/10
Joe just told his boyfriend, George, that he is a serial killer. George thinks that his boyfriend, Joe, is hilarious... and he just saw Patricia Arquette at Target!!! In the horror/comedy hybrid, 'You're Killing Me', we take a look at the life and death consequences of dating in the age of incessant chatter. Joe and George meet just as Joe is coming out to himself as someone who loves to kill. George, on the other hand, can't decide which wig to wear for his next YouTube video. As George's friends start disappearing, one by one, he must face the undeniable fact that Gretchen might not be coming back with crushed ice for his party #YouDontNeedIceForChardonnay.

Throwing Shade Live

Throwing Shade Live
It's our 2016 Throwing Shade Live tour doc with clips from our live show, prank calls to hate groups, interviews with audience members, and a musical number you will tell your grandchildren about. What else could you ask for, hunny bun?

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