Tag: LGBTQ

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‘They/Them’- Film Review

The new Horror film-social commentary picture “They/Them” is the very definition of a missed opportunity. What could have been a scathing indictment of the sickening practice of “gay conversion therapy” mixed with an empowering portrayal of the LTBGQ+ community, becomes

‘Anything’s Possible’: Movie Review

Billy Porter’s directorial debut, Anything’s Possible, is as much a John Hughes story to the current generation as The Breakfast Club was to mine, bearing the trappings of a story that will appeal to many generations. (Funny how as I

Sundance 2022: ‘Am I OK?’- Film Review

Sundance 2022 Premiere: “Am I Ok?” Screenwriter Lauren Pomerantz and co-directors Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne’s “Am I Ok?” is an honest work about two best friends in their thirties, both of whom are having life changing moments. Lucy (Dakota

The Year In Revue Part Four: Anthony’s Under Seen Gems of 2021

As my top films of 2021 are on the way, I felt the need to bring attention to some very good films that just missed my “10 Best” but are worthy of mention and exist as important marks in 2021

‘My Name is Pauli Murray’: Civil Rights Activist’s Life Comes Into The Light

“My Name is Pauli Murray” is the story of a Civil Rights activist whose name and work had previously remained undiscovered. The documentary brings her efforts to balance the rights of women, African Americans and the LGBTQ community. Now in theaters and, on Amazon Prime on October 1.

‘Death Drop Gorgeous’: Wicked Queer Horror Goodness

A fierce and outrageous Queer Horror homage to 80’s Slasher films and Italian Giallo that is infectiously wicked and bitingly funny

“Maleficent” Sequel Underperforms, “Zombieland” Overperforms in Weekend Box Office

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” under performed while managing to take the top spot in its opening frame. Sony’s “Zombieland: Double Tap” opened just behind “Joker” with a slightly higher average take. “Joker” fell into second place as it runs on

“Pain and Glory”

“Pain and Glory” is a sharp and witty self-examination of Pedro Almodóvar’s life, told through Antonio Banderas’s award-winning performance. The fabric of the film is expressed through the bright cinematography and colorful music transporting you to Spain and beyond. “Pain

Dances With Films: “The Sympathy Card”

I am a Romeo at heart and I love rom-coms too. That feels like it should be the opening line on my Tinder profile, or heck, maybe even my Facebook page. Instead, it is a good way to sum up