“I’m not trying to reinvent the wheel. I want people to have a good time.”
– Michael Kennedy
I had no idea what to expect when It’s a Wonderful Knife came my way. I certainly did not envisage it becoming an instant, holiday-themed, comfort-film favorite.
Maggie Greenwald’s revisionist 1993 Western remains a bleak feminist drama of gender identity and self-determination
Bottoms is a riotous assault on the status quo, making this Queer gem of revolutionary bedlam a sex-positive sensation that grabbed me by the jugular and refused to let go.
As slight as it may be, Red, White & Royal Blue is a winning romantic comedy that will leave viewers smiling and, in this instance at least, that’s more than enough to satisfy.
“I just want these feelings I write about to keep connecting with someone, anyone else. That’s all I could ever ask for in life.”
– Goran Stolevski
Gay. Straight. Trans. Bi. Everyone walks down their own path, and Kol isn’t any different. He isn’t the same insecure, jittery, juvenile I met when Of an Age began, and that’s exactly as it should be.
Mexican import Huesera: The Bone Woman is not for the faint of heart.
For every positive stride Shyamalan takes toward LGBTQ representation in Hollywood, there are almost as many going upsettingly backward, and I’m starting to think Knock at the Cabin was one cinematic rap on the door I should have left unanswered.