The entire film is song after song of experiences of gay men, including naked maid, when you are born, locker room, gym, pressure to have perfect body etc etc. You notice the nudity for first 5-10 minutes but after that you barely notice it. There is no teasing here. We’re treated to the full monty right out of the gate but thankfully it never gets sexual. Its fun. Music lovers will lap up the songs, few raunchy lyrics and the playfulness of it all. I m not sure why the songs and music and everything was gay focused because in my opinion, if done well, this could have appealed to a much wider audience. Each song is essentially one extended joke. If the jokes were ten seconds, they might work. These single several-minute-long jokes don't. On a positive note, the makers have kept a good diversity mix in the cast. Kudos to them for having no inhibitions to performing totally nude.
The actors are talented and dance well and act well and sing well but this kind of thing is simply not my scene. This may appeal to you, if you love musicals and have never seen or heard a musical comedy. But other than that, I have to scratch my head. (2.5/10)