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 Review :: Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts

Review :: Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 24
This profile on a "Ru Paul's Drag Race" winner is refreshingly honest, and if you were not already a fan, you will be one after seeing this.

'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway Replaces Director Bryan Singer for 'Red Sonja'

'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway Replaces Director Bryan Singer for 'Red Sonja'

Jun 24
Jill Soloway, the Emmy Award-winning creator of "Transparent," has found their next gig: They will be writing and directing the upcoming action film "Red Sonja," which was previously helmed by disgraced filmmaker Bryan Singer.

'Toy Story 4' Opens Below Expectations with $118 Million

'Toy Story 4' Opens Below Expectations with $118 Million

By Jake Coyle | Jun 23
"Toy Story 4" brought the box office to life with a $118 million opening weekend after a three-week slump of underperforming sequels, but the Pixar film's below-expectations debut didn't quell continuing concerns about a rocky summer movie season.

 Review :: Socrates

Review :: Socrates

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 23
When the mother of 15-year-old Socrates dies, he's left alone to survive and deal with his sexuality in one of Sao Paulo's roughest ghettos in this very unforgettable film.

 Review :: Mr. Leather

Review :: Mr. Leather

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 22
Daniel Nolasco' throughly entertaining documentary will appeal to any gay man regardless of the fact that they have never ever thought of joining the leather community.

 Review :: Sell By

Review :: Sell By

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 22
The characters may feel shallow, hollow, and dull, but there's a sense that everyone is having some fun, and that in turn makes the movie a good — if underwhelming — time.

 Review :: You Don't Nomi

Review :: You Don't Nomi

By Sam Cohen | Jun 22
Jeffrey McHale's "You Don't Nomi" is a breathlessly detailed documentary about one of the most unfairly maligned movies in history, Paul Verhoeven's "Showgirls."

 Review :: Brother To Brother

Review :: Brother To Brother

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 22
Before Anthony Mackie played Falcon in the MCU movies, he starred as a gay art student who befriends a literary figure from the Harlem Renaissance in Rodney Evans' potent, luminous 2004 film "Brother to Brother."

 Review :: Child's Play

Review :: Child's Play

By Kevin Taft | Jun 21
Another tepid reboot (with an arguably more plausible premise) that ultimately isn't scary or all that interesting to justify resurrecting America's favorite killer doll.

 Review :: Midsommar

Review :: Midsommar

By Kevin Taft | Jun 21
Ari Aster's unsettling sophomore effort proves he is a filmmaker to watch, but how audiences will react depends on their patience for horror that's a little bit quieter and unsettling than films like "The Conjuring."

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