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It tells the story of a building manager and his kooky tenants, one of whom wears a bikini the entire time.
It’s as glorious a mess as The Room, only this time there’s a level of self-awareness that’s not so much a wink as it is a violent windstorm.
Also, the suggestion that any woman isn't a virgin because she kisses people is absurd and offensive - welcome to the 21st century, where people kiss before they have sex.
The premise of the question isn't bad, but the way you asked it is totally inappropriate. To my knowledge, there has never been any direct remarks about Steve Rogers sexuality in the MCU, but his actions overall show no reason to assume he's not heterosexual.
If he isn't gay, is he straight (there are lots of sexual orientations e.g. This question and its answers are frozen and cannot be changed. You could similarly ask "Why doesn't Captain America poop?
P./Wide World; Studio 54, by Allan Tannenbaum/Sygma; Jail, by Joe De Maria/New York Post; Mudd Club, by Roxanne Lowit; Area and Palladium, by Richard Pandiscio; Outlaw parties, by Patrick Mc Mullan. So Ho was still thought of as an extension of industrial Chinatown. It’s tempting, too, to see Steve Rubell as hyperactively there through all of them. (Rubell did spend a good part of this age behind the silver bars of a minimum-security prison for tax evasion at Studio. ) His Palladium was the premier club of the Bronze Age, trying a bit unsuccessfully to filter the golden and silver hues of the past into a winning fusion of Uptown and Downtown. The fascination with “after hours,” and with characters every bit as shady as Dutch Schultz, the thirties gangster taken up by a smart social set. The real-estate market that’s rapidly become too tight to allow for much surreal estate.
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(For example, most of the characters wear visible underwear with the word “WISEAU” across the band.) The Neighbors is fun, but it lacks the surprise and all-in vibe of The Room.
Still, the screening I attended in New York was packed with fans eager for anything Wiseau might care to show them.