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 Review :: Gemini Man

Review :: Gemini Man

By Jason Southerland | Oct 11
With a high concept and original script, two significant Hollywood talents (three if you count Will Smith twice) and all the muscle of a major studio release, Ang Lee's new film had the potential to redefine the spy genre. Alas, not so much.

 Review :: The Lion King

Review :: The Lion King

By Sam Cohen | Oct 11
Director Jon Favreau's remake of "The Lion King" is one of the most terrifying films of the year. In the new string of Disney live-action adaptations, this one may be the most wrongheaded of them all.

 Review :: Fireflies

Review :: Fireflies

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 11
When Ramin escapes Iran where is persecuted for being gay, he ends up in Veracruz — where he still feels he cannot be himself.

Kerry Washington Joins Ryan Murphy's Starry 'The Prom' Based on Queer Musical

Kerry Washington Joins Ryan Murphy's Starry 'The Prom' Based on Queer Musical

Oct 11
Kerry Washington is the latest A-lister to join Ryan Murphy's upcoming Netflix movie "The Prom," based on the Tony Award-nominated queer musical of the same name.

Aaron Paul: 'El Camino' Answers 'What Happened to Jesse?'

Aaron Paul: 'El Camino' Answers 'What Happened to Jesse?'

By Jonathan Landrum Jr. | Oct 11
Aaron Paul returns as Pinkman in the Netflix film "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie," which premieres Friday on the streaming service. The movie has cameos from some of the show's best characters.

Ang Lee has a New Religion in Digital. Will Anyone Follow?

Ang Lee has a New Religion in Digital. Will Anyone Follow?

By Jake Coyle | Oct 11
Ang Lee's conversion began with "Life of Pi."

 Review :: The Ice King

Review :: The Ice King

By Michael Cox | Oct 10
At the juncture between art and athleticism John Curry helped transform a sport.

 Review :: One Taxi Ride

Review :: One Taxi Ride

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 10
Mak CK's document "One Taxi Ride" follows Erick, a Mexican citizen and survivor of sexual assault, as he struggles to put his life back on track while living in a macho culture where he's absorbed the message that men must be strong and stoic.

 Review :: The Laundromat

Review :: The Laundromat

Oct 10
If you are looking to be outraged, look no further than "The Laundromat," Steven Soderbergh's breezy new comedy about, well, how we are all screwed... unless we do act up and do something.

 Review :: José

Review :: José

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 10
This stunning award winning coming-of-age tale with world-wide appeal is only the 2nd LGBTQ movie to be made in Guatemala.

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