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J is a waifish teen, with short hair self consciously brushed to the side, and a sweet thoughtful face. J never seems to smile and had red-rimmed eyes tinged perhaps with exhaustion. On hormone blocke…
Nick Robinson stars as the titular teenager, who’s ordinary in every way but one (as he reveals in his opening voiceover): he’s gay, but no one knows it. Blessed with loving best friends Leah (Katheri…
Luke Evans stars as the titular feminist psychologist and inventor, whose work as a professor at Radcliffe in the 1920s brings eager grad student Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote) into his orbit. Initiall…
Taking place in a rough, drug-addled neighborhood in Miami, Moonlight introduces us to a character in three chapters. "Little" (Alex Hibbert) is a cripplingly shy kid who is relentlessly bullied at sc…
Gay audiences are always craving the one true gay show or movie that all can embrace. Gay audiences are also hyper-critical of the crumbs of LGBT movies and television because (frankly) they usually s…
L.A. pretty-boy Christian (Wesley A. Ramsey) is blessed with modelesque good looks, and the effortless ability to pick up and take home any man he wants—even if the guy is seemingly straight! One day,…
Redmayne stars as Wegener, who’s madly in love with his painter wife (Vikander) but who finds himself drawn, at first, to women’s clothes then, gradually, masquerading as a woman and calling himself L…
Dear Ellen Page, I think you are super-cute, a fine actress, and a refreshing gay-rights advocate. I commend you for grabbing this story to produce, as it is fascinating, heart-wrenching, and, yes, im…
I have to say that if someone had just told me the idea of the story of Pride without any historical context, I would have thought it was incredible (as in not credible). I mean, a gaggle of gays from…
A few years ago, who would have guessed that of all people, an actor known mainly for a supporting role on a 60s sci-fi show, would become King of the Internet? Sure, Star Trek was not just any old sh…
On the surface, The Birdcage could not be a more straightforward movie. When Val Goldman (Dan Futterman) and Barbara Keeley (Calista Flockhart) decide to get married, they face the daunting task of in…
Jessica Stein, a typical neurotic Jewish Princess New Yorker (who, for some reason, movies have always thought are much more interesting than Gretel, bland farm girl from Kansas), has given up on the …