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Review: 'Becoming Cousteau' a Revealing Look at the Famed Undersea Explorer

Review: 'Becoming Cousteau' a Revealing Look at the Famed Undersea Explorer

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 24, 2021

Jacques Cousteau was a role model for anyone who believes that it's her, or his, duty to make a positive difference in the world, and to stand up for "the rights of future generations."

Review: 'The Humans' Adapts the Stephen Karam Play for the Screen

Review: 'The Humans' Adapts the Stephen Karam Play for the Screen

By Kitty Drexel | Nov 23, 2021

Three generations have gathered in a dilapidated apartment to celebrate Thanksgiving in lower Manhattan in this film adaptation of the Stephen Karam play.

Review: Ridley Scott's 'House of Gucci' is a Rollicking True-Crime Tale

Review: Ridley Scott's 'House of Gucci' is a Rollicking True-Crime Tale

By Sam Cohen | Nov 23, 2021

Awards season has arrived, and Ridley Scott's new film reminds us of the kind of sturdy prestige fare that still works remarkably well. With a slew of great performances, this is a movie to watch.

Review: 'Clerk.' is a Love Letter to the Kevin Smith Fandom

Review: 'Clerk.' is a Love Letter to the Kevin Smith Fandom

By Derek Deskins | Nov 23, 2021

For the Kevin Smith ignorant, "Clerk." will be merely something that they scroll past when trying to find something to watch. But for the Kevin Smith faithful, this is a love letter to their devotion.

Review: 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Pumps Up the Action, but Lacks Sting

Review: 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Pumps Up the Action, but Lacks Sting

By JC Alvarez | Nov 23, 2021

The most dangerous anti-hero in all of Marvel Comics returns for another menacing go-around. This is a big screen blowout of a cage fight!

Review: 'La Cage Aux Folles 2' Has Some Lovely Moments, But Not On Par With 'La Cage'

Review: 'La Cage Aux Folles 2' Has Some Lovely Moments, But Not On Par With 'La Cage'

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 23, 2021

All the heterosexual characters are involved in murdering or deceiving each other while our two gay characters simply love one another, so the message of acceptance is even more boldly proclaimed.

Review: Philip Kaufman's 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' Arrives in Stunning 4K Courtesy of Kino Lorber

Review: Philip Kaufman's 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' Arrives in Stunning 4K Courtesy of Kino Lorber

By Sam Cohen | Nov 23, 2021

Kino Lorber and their Studio Classics label present the classic sci-fi tale in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, with a terrific 4K presentation. The result is nothing short of amazing.

Revisiting 'Coming Out' — The First and Only Gay-Themed Film Made in East Germany

Revisiting 'Coming Out' — The First and Only Gay-Themed Film Made in East Germany

Nov 23, 2021

"Coming Out," the first and only gay-themed film made in East Germany, is now available on DVD in a newly restored version.

Review: Musical 'Dear Evan Hansen' Treacly, Flawed, and Manipulative

Review: Musical 'Dear Evan Hansen' Treacly, Flawed, and Manipulative

By Megan Kearns | Nov 23, 2021

The treacly film adaptation of the Broadway musical features a good cast and some good songs, but it's plagued by a problematic premise, manipulative writing, queerphobia, and ableism.

Brit Awards Scrap Separate Male, Female Prize Categories

Brit Awards Scrap Separate Male, Female Prize Categories

Nov 22, 2021

The organizers of the Brit Awards announced Monday they are scrapping separate male and female artist categories in a shakeup designed to make the music prizes more inclusive.

Review: 'Mad Max Anthology' Delivers a Classic Films Series in Stunning 4K

Review: 'Mad Max Anthology' Delivers a Classic Films Series in Stunning 4K

By Sam Cohen | Nov 22, 2021

The "Mad Max Anthology" compiles all four films, and gives them stunning 4K presentations. This is a great set.

Review: 'King Richard' Tells the Story of Venus and Serena Williams' Rise

Review: 'King Richard' Tells the Story of Venus and Serena Williams' Rise

By JC Alvarez | Nov 22, 2021

Will Smith stars in the sports biopic "King Richard," about Richard Williams, the father of tennis phenoms Venus and Serena.

Frameline Voices Announces Official Selections For Its 2021/22 Program

Frameline Voices Announces Official Selections For Its 2021/22 Program

Nov 22, 2021

Frameline has announced seven new selections for their annual Frameline Voices short distribution program.

Hot List: The 10 Steamiest Gay Male Scenes in Films

Hot List: The 10 Steamiest Gay Male Scenes in Films

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 21, 2021

Censors did their best to keep gay intimacy off the screen for most of the 20th century, but after things loosened in the 1960s, gay sex scenes found their way into the movies. Here are some of the steamiest.

Watch: Arriving Today at a Theater (or Streaming Service) Near You

Watch: Arriving Today at a Theater (or Streaming Service) Near You

Nov 21, 2021

Awards season is upon us with the release this week of two major contenders -- "The Power of the Dog" and "King Richard."

Joaquin Phoenix, Mike Mills on Sincerity in 'C'mon C'mon'

Joaquin Phoenix, Mike Mills on Sincerity in 'C'mon C'mon'

By Jake Coyle | Nov 20, 2021

In Mike Mills' "C'mon C'mon," Joaquin Phoenix plays a New York-based radio journalist who, throughout the movie, records interviews with real kids about their lives, asking them questions like, "What scares you?" and "What makes you happy?"

Review: 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Has the Perfect Mix of Magic and Mirth

Review: 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Has the Perfect Mix of Magic and Mirth

By JC Alvarez | Nov 19, 2021

Everyone's favorite supernatural investigators are back on the scene (sort of) in an homage to the first two films. Jason Reitman directs, and Paul Rudd stars.

Awkward! JK Rowling Left Out of Harry Potter HBO Max Special

Awkward! JK Rowling Left Out of Harry Potter HBO Max Special

By Emell Adolphus | Nov 19, 2021

After sharing controversial and transphobic comments, the "Harry Potter" author will not be featured on the HBO Max special.

Review: 'Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time' Conveys Iconic Author's Meta Struggle

Review: 'Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time' Conveys Iconic Author's Meta Struggle

By Karin McKie | Nov 19, 2021

This documentary skillfully, albeit sometimes sheepishly, conveys Vonnegut's meta struggle. Sharing public art is profoundly personal, sometimes painful, but necessary for reflection and growth.

Review: 'The Feast' is Something for Fans of Elegant Horror to Chew On

Review: 'The Feast' is Something for Fans of Elegant Horror to Chew On

By Kevin Taft | Nov 19, 2021

"The Feast" isn't totally filling, but there are enough tasty morsels to make this a moody horrific treat.

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