Were The World Mine (2008)

Were The World Mine Poster

Were The World Mine Poster

Were the World Mine (2008) is a musical film directed by Tom Gustafson, and written by Cory James Krueckeberg and Tom Gustafson. Were the World Mine is a magical story of empowerment that culminates in a touching love story, inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Were the World Mine stars Tanner Cohen, Wendy Robie, Broadway star Judy McLane, soap opera legend Jill Larson, Nathaniel David Becker, and Zelda Williams.

Timothy is an openly gay student at a private boy’s school. Although now in his senior year, he is still persecuted by the aggressive rugby team. Timothy lives with his mother, who is struggling with her son’s sexuality, and his father is not a part of his life. Timothy is cast as Puck in the senior play ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. While reviewing his lines, he discovers the recipe for a magical flower wielding the power of love. Timothy utilizes the flower to have the bigoted town take a ‘walk in his shoes’. The entire town is thrown into chaos as previously heterosexual community members fall in love with their same-sex friends, bosses and co-workers. The school drama teacher guides Timothy towards the question of whether his actions have caused more harm than good. This film features several musical numbers.

Cast:

Tanner Cohen as Timothy
Wendy Robie as Ms. Tebbit
Judy McLane as Donna
Zelda Williams as Frankie
Jill Larson as Nora
Ricky Goldman as Max
Nathaniel David Becker as Jonathon
Christian Stolte as Coach Driskill
David Darlow as Dr. Bellinger
Brad Bukauskas as Cole
Parker Croft as Cooper
Reid Dawson as Russ
Waymon Arnette as Henry
Yoni Solomon as Bradley
Alexander Aguilar as Taylor
Zach Gray as Ian
Colleen Skemp as Becky
Julia Black as Crystal

Were The World Mine Scene

Were The World Mine Scene

Were The World Mine is a great movie, to be honest, I don’t like musical, because I find it kinda tacky, but this movie is not tacky at all, the stories are really imaginative and the music are great, I like the songs featured in the movie. Tanner Cohen did a great job in this movie, he and Nathaniel David Becker have a good chemistry going on in the movie, love them both 🙂

A picture of Tanner Cohen

Tanner Cohen

Tanner Cohen

One of Nathaniel David Becker

Nathaniel David Becker

Nathaniel David Becker

and Zelda Williams because she’s just awesome

Zelda Williams

Zelda Williams

Fave quote:

Donna: My son? He’s a fairy.
Woman: A fairy?
Donna: Yeah, in a play.
Woman: Ohh…
[laughing]
Donna: Well, in real life too.

Trailer

and here’s the video of Tanner Cohen and Nathaniel David Becker sing Were The World Mine

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5 responses to “Were The World Mine (2008)

  1. I am much enthralled to this movie
    So am I much enamored of the cast

    You’ll understand those first two lines if you’ve seen the movie. I can’t express how much adoration I feel for “Were the World Mine” especially the performances of Cohen and Becker.

    • yes, I understand indeed 🙂

      I usually don’t like musical movies, but this one is an exception, love the act, love the songs, love the actors 🙂

  2. I was so glad that they made an extended version of Fairies. I fell in love with Tanner Cohen and Nathaniel David Becker. Their voices blended beautifully. The songs were exceptional. I am really looking forward to seeing these two in more films hopefully. Broaden their horizons. I would love to see Tanner do Rent or some other Broadway Show. I can see Nathaniel acting or singing. He could be Seth Green’s brother. They favor a lot. I can’t get enough of Were the World Mine. I would really like to see more like this. THANK YOU Mr. Gufstason for Directing and Producing and Mr. Krueckeberg for writing a GREAT script. OK WHAT’S NEXT. I waiting.

  3. i love this movie it’s the best movie ever
    i loved it when i first watched it

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