‘The Gray Man’ movie review: The Russos establish a new cinematic universe, but will anything top Chris Evans’ trash ‘stache?

Our Gray Man movie review takes an in-depth look at Netflix’s most expensive film to date, directed by the Russo Brothers and starring Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, and Ana de Armas. Does it live up to the hype? Spoilers ahead. Continue reading “‘The Gray Man’ movie review: The Russos establish a new cinematic universe, but will anything top Chris Evans’ trash ‘stache?”

‘My Fake Boyfriend’ star Marcus Rosner reflects on Amazon’s new gay romcom and breaks down his ‘completely off-the-wall’ character Nico

My Fake Boyfriend’s Marcus Rosner spoke with Subjectify Media about his turn as Keiynan Lonsdale’s comically bad boyfriend in the new semi-screwball queer romcom from Amazon Prime Video. Continue reading “‘My Fake Boyfriend’ star Marcus Rosner reflects on Amazon’s new gay romcom and breaks down his ‘completely off-the-wall’ character Nico”

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Pride Thursday Throwback – ‘Big Eden,’ a middle-aged Montana romance from the turn of the millenium, still outstrips many modern gay romcoms

Big Eden, the award-winning 2000 middle-age gay love story from Thomas Bezucha, is too lovely to miss out on revisiting for this year’s Pride Month, so in a bonus June Thursday Throwback, we’re paying tribute to this bucolic treasure of a movie. Continue reading “Pride Thursday Throwback – ‘Big Eden,’ a middle-aged Montana romance from the turn of the millenium, still outstrips many modern gay romcoms”

Third Thursday Throwback – ‘Breakfast with Scot’ is a sweet queer family comedy about hockey and healing your inner child

Our June Third Thursday Throwback is a Pride edition, and Breakfast With Scot is a 2007 romantic comedy slash family drama slash sports movie that is all too often overlooked when people are discussing older queer films with happy endings. Continue reading “Third Thursday Throwback – ‘Breakfast with Scot’ is a sweet queer family comedy about hockey and healing your inner child”

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Short film ‘Pragma’ has plenty to value as it explores a scientific approach to a more secure form of love

Pragma, written by and starring Lucy Heath, directed by Ellie Heydon, and produced by Phil Dunster, who also stars, is an unusual lesson about modern love. The film’s surprising premise is a vehicle for some very sound psychology. Read our review now. Continue reading “Short film ‘Pragma’ has plenty to value as it explores a scientific approach to a more secure form of love”

Third Thursday Throwback – ‘The Boat That Rocked’ is a shipshape example of the pop music movie oeuvre thanks to an unsinkable cast

The Boat That Rocked is a 2009 British period comedy that offers a fun look at the largely untold story of “pirate radio” — the rebel DJs the 1960s who broadcast pop and rock music back to the UK from international waters. With its warm tones, its killer soundtrack, and its utterly jam-packed cast, this underrated gem is well worth revisiting for our Third Thursday Throwback. Continue reading “Third Thursday Throwback – ‘The Boat That Rocked’ is a shipshape example of the pop music movie oeuvre thanks to an unsinkable cast”

Third Thursday Throwback – ‘SuperBob’ is the romance the superhero genre deserves

SuperBob, the 2015 feature written by and starring Ted Lasso’s Brett Goldstein, is a small-scale British superhero comedy that showcases the actor’s range. Read our Third Thursday Throwback review of this warm cuddle of film and give it a watch. Continue reading “Third Thursday Throwback – ‘SuperBob’ is the romance the superhero genre deserves”

‘Eternals’ relies entirely on the strength of its established relationships – as it should

Eternals, the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, came out last week. Our spoiler-filled review dives into why the MCU depends entirely on our investment in established relationships, and how this movie in particular makes that work with a fresh group of characters. Continue reading “‘Eternals’ relies entirely on the strength of its established relationships – as it should”