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We meet the three characters of Ménage just as they apparently meet each other in a dinner club. Antoine (Michel Blanc) and Monique (Miou-Miou) are having a huge fight at their table, when up walks Bo…
The Mostly Unfabulous Life of Ethan Green is based on a comic strip that is so widely read that I've never even heard of it. Judging from the sample strips I found, you can see that a film version act…
A refreshingly sweet yet no-nonsense love story, the Israeli gay-soldier romance Yossi & Jagger manages to do in a brisk 65 minutes what so many American films of the same genre fail so miserably …
We all see them, hustlers, and ultimately end up looking the other way. Have you ever stopped to talk to any of them? The difference between them and us, most of us anyway, is that we choose to sell o…
Right off the bat, a movie like 9 Dead Gay Guys is an attention-getter. Gasp! So saucy and un-politically correct! It's British and hip! It has flashy editing and camerawork in the inevitable style of…
An admirable indie effort for what appears to be a no-budget movie, You Belong to Me plays off the paranoia of the crowded urban landscape. Have you ever wondered how people can be lonely in a big cit…
Oh dear. I think I just watched a movie about myself in middle age, and it's not pretty. I'm going to turn out like Grace Beasley (Kathy Bates), married to a stick-in-the-mud like Max (Dan Aykroyd) wh…
I can't in good conscience rate The Raspberry Reich any higher than this, because it's a terrible, terrible movie. Then again, it's not really a movie, it's a porno. Not only that, it's a terrorism-th…
On the evening of March 3rd, the American Foundation for Equal Rights (www.afer.org), with the help of a bunch of celebrity friends, debuted "8", new play about marriage equality, streaming for all th…
I’ve told myself that don’t watch soaps, but Queer as Folk is just another example of how I lie to myself more often than is healthy. Let’s just say that my early 90s addiction to 90210 and Melrose Pl…
Since QAF was a U.S. interpretation of a hugely popular British TV series (that had nothing to hide), critics were afraid that the Showtime version would get all squirrelly and be more tame. Not to wo…