“Reaching For The Moon” is a biopic about the turbulent relationship between American lesbian poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares. Yep, it’s just as good as it sounds.
Sundance was SUPER FUCKING GAY THIS YEAR, YOU GUYS. Let’s talk about the best queer films.
In Nicaragua, homosexuality is decriminalized, but queer people have few legal protections. This project provides a new avenue for people to understand the experiences of Nicaraguan lesbians.
“My Prairie Home is more than pretty skies and poetic wheat fields. It’s also about growing up different in a difficult environment and what it means to survive.”
“Despite its pro-gay attitude, the film fails to break the pattern of transphobic narratives in cinema, perhaps because it doesn’t understand that trans people are not the same as cis gay people.”
If you’re looking for a primer in all the ways that modern media is still failing queers, this film is a good start.
The first thing you should know about “Concussion” is that Robin Weigert has sex.
In which I review Valencia and talk to Michelle Tea for 15 minutes. // “We were not gay. We were queer. We were dykes. We were really against the man and capitalism and always aware of everything that was unfair and unjust.”
Breaking the Girls is not the kind of movie where you are going to see RuPaul in short-shorts. Not unless RuPaul’s corpse is in short-shorts when they find him floating facedown in a SoCal jacuzzi.
The same artsy shots, repeating scenes, and haunting dialogue that make it indie/creative/experimental just make it boring/repetitive/annoying. It doesn’t take stupidity to task, it glorifies it.
Cantaloupe sorbet is the “perfect ending” to our lemon-pepper linguine movie night extravaganza with Wolfe Video!
Country star Chely Wright told the truth. And it was breathtaking.
Being young and in love makes you an idiot monster, and that’s what “Jack & Diane” is about.
Vanessa, Gabrielle and Ali watch movies and have feelings that are relevant to your interests, with reviews of Cloudburst, Mosquita Y Marie, and Young & Wild.
“I see that I am a little piece of a big, big universe, and that makes it right.”
“This is the kind of movie that needs to be made more often. It’s like Tangled on feminist steroids.”
It doesn’t make any sense. That’s because it’s a love story.
A review of the American remake, in which we decide that if you want to test your gaydar, bring up Noomi Rapace vs. Rooney Mara in a bar.
Why didn’t anyone tell me about the Mini Warbler?!! This is a movie review that’s actually about a 40 second video of a kid dancing in a blazer.
In which I try to write a movie review for the first time because that’s JUST HOW MUCH I LOVE THE MUPPETS.