This package of four gay-themed short films has charming moments, but not enough of them to appeal to a wide audience. "Must Be the Music" follows two friends whose boys' night out at a Hollywood disco gets complicated when they're both attracted to the same guy.
The characters and dialogue feel authentic, but the unfocused narrative plods along. In "Nunzio's Second Cousin," a gang of teens attacks a couple leaving a gay bar, only to find themselves picking on gun-wielding Sgt. Tony Randozza (Vincent D'Onofrio). To teach one young homophobe a lesson, Randozza forces him to join him for dinner with mom (Eileen Brennan). Brennan has wacky fun with her role, but Randoz...