In terms of representing recognizable gay life, "Elvis & Madona" harks back to the bad old days of "La Cage aux Folles."
A variably klutzy and disarming gay indie romantic comedy that meanders here and there during its overlong course.
A cliche-driven "Cyrano de Bergerac" retoss, like a slightly stale salad that tastes good enough.
A strong, character-driven riposte to "Don't ask, don't tell" that never descends into polemicism.
The paucity of lush English costume dramas aimed at lesbians is agreeably redressed in "The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister."
A hybrid dance-theater souffle that's slow to rise.
YouTube series is now hitting bigger screens in feature form.
Better planetary conservatorship through psychedelics is one message among many in docu.
A small but juicy slice of dysfunctional-family black comedy.
In the music world, all attention focuses on the players. But what of the instruments themselves?