Who doesn’t love a good gay film. Sure sometimes they can be cheesy and feature a few cameos from Z-list celebrities, but sometimes they can be eye opening, incredible, and so indie that they cost less than your ticket. Whether you’re looking for a quick watch that will satisfy your appetite for comedy and a couple ass shots or if you’re looking for something a little deeper to get thinking, I guarantee we can help you pick just the one!
Movie lovers rejoice, for the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is once again upon us! (let’s not call it the LLGFF – that could lead to embarrassing confusion). Now in its 27th outing, the line-up of this year’s South Bank stalwart is typically diverse, occasionally perverse and willfully intent on bringing every facet of [&hellip
So what do you get when you have Jason Bateman, star of the cult fave Arrested Development, and team him up with comedy it-girl Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids, Mike & Molly). A surefire Hollywood hit? Well, that’s what the makers of Identity Thief were hoping. Here’s the premise: Denver businessman and genuine nice guy Sandy Patterson (Bateman, and yes, he [&hellip
We all know how beautiful the city of South Pasadena is, thanks to movies like Freaky Friday, Legally Blonde, and The Ugly Truth. But the city is not the only thing with charm: The people, especially the guys, are stunning. I had a hard time trying to pick up today’s Real Guy of the Week, [&hellip
Now that we’re in the pre-summer, post-Oscar doldrums, it’s time to check out what we missed on DVD or netflix. Here’s a movie that many critics dismissed. I blame homophobia: What downy pits you have, Holmes! Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows (2011) I avoided this one for awhile. The recent Mission Impossible, so much like a Roger [&hellip