"Hysterically fun and very smart!" - Anita Gates, The NY Times
I Think I Do is a screwball comedy with a modern twist. Two college roommates meet up again five years later at their housemates' wedding, and the sparks start to fly as the ex-roommates try to navigate their new romance.
"Finally, someone has made the gay Big Chill, without the politics, or maybe the gay Four Weddings and a Funeral, but with only one wedding (and it's a straight one). Or maybe what Brian Sloan, the writer and director of I Think I Do, says he set out to make: a gay 1930's style screwball comedy. Whatever I Think I Do is the gay version of, it's hysterically funny, very smart... This is his feature-film directing debut and an impressive one. More, please." - Anita Gates, The New York Times