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New York Film Festival Fetes 60 Years with Eye to the Future

New York Film Festival Fetes 60 Years with Eye to the Future

By Jake Coyle | Oct 1, 2022

The past and future of film mingle like a pair of moviegoers huddled in debate outside a movie theater at the New York Film Festival, which on Friday launches its 60th edition.

Don't Miss These Picks at OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival Fort Lauderdale

Don't Miss These Picks at OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival Fort Lauderdale

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 1, 2022

OUTshine may have OUTdone itself this year with an exciting crop of diverse queer fare. Here are ten flicks not to miss at the 14th Annual Fort Lauderdale Edition, starting October 13.

Review: Hilarious 'Bros' Exceeds Expectations

Review: Hilarious 'Bros' Exceeds Expectations

By Robert Nesti | Sep 30, 2022

"Bros" is that rarity — a Zeitgeist comedy that succeeds by being authentic.

Review: 'Smile' Turns Twisted Grin into Bland Horror Flick

Review: 'Smile' Turns Twisted Grin into Bland Horror Flick

By Jake Coyle | Sep 30, 2022

It's mostly frowny faces for this bluntly unsettling and blandly grim new horror flick that wrings as much mileage as it can out of a twisted grin.

New York Film Festival Fetes 60 Years with Eye to the Future

New York Film Festival Fetes 60 Years with Eye to the Future

By Jake Coyle | Sep 30, 2022

The past and future of film mingle like a pair of moviegoers huddled in debate outside a movie theater at the New York Film Festival, which on Friday launches its 60th edition.

Review: 'The Good House' Just Good Enough

Review: 'The Good House' Just Good Enough

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 30, 2022

Maya Forbes & Wallace Wolodarsky co-direct this adaptation of Ann Leary's novel with enough heart and subtle humor to win you over for the film's running time, though it may not linger for long in your mind.

Review: The Magic's Gone in 'Hocus Pocus 2'

Review: The Magic's Gone in 'Hocus Pocus 2'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 30, 2022

Watch out, trick-or-treaters: The Sanderson Sisters are back in a stale sequel that's not worth opening your candy bags to collect.

Watch: Trailer Drops for Gay Romance 'Spoiler Alert'

Watch: Trailer Drops for Gay Romance 'Spoiler Alert'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 29, 2022

Gay rom-com "Bros" isn't in theaters until tomorrow, but a trailer has already dropped for another major motion picture centered on a gay romance: "Spoiler Alert," based on Michael Ausiello's moving memoir.

Billy Eichner Made a Great Rom-com. Now it's Audiences' Turn

Billy Eichner Made a Great Rom-com. Now it's Audiences' Turn

By Jake Coyle | Sep 28, 2022

In the whistle-stop lead-up to the release of "Bros," Eichner has worked tirelessly to whip audiences into a frenzy for a film unlike any Hollywood has before produced.

Recreating Marilyn Monroe's Iconic Outfits in 'Blonde'

Recreating Marilyn Monroe's Iconic Outfits in 'Blonde'

By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 27, 2022

Marilyn Monroe's on-screen costumes are almost as iconic as her. Think of the hot pink strapless gown she wore to sing "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend." Or the white halter cocktail dress that billowed up over a subway grate in "The Seven Year Itch."

Harrowing Film Tells of Las Vegas Shooting and Its Aftermath

Harrowing Film Tells of Las Vegas Shooting and Its Aftermath

By David Bauder | Sep 27, 2022

A pair of cowboy boots that Ashley Hoff never thought she would see again helped unlock a powerful story about the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

A Doc from the Disney Family Takes Aim at the Mouse House

A Doc from the Disney Family Takes Aim at the Mouse House

By Jake Coyle | Sep 27, 2022

Abigail E. Disney has been critical of the company that bears her name before. But for the first time, Disney, the granddaughter of co-founder Roy O. Disney, has put her views into a movie.

Gay Rom-Com 'Bros' Won't be Distributed in the Middle East

Gay Rom-Com 'Bros' Won't be Distributed in the Middle East

Sep 26, 2022

The Billy Eichner-penned rom-com — Hollywood's first with two out men in the leads — is preemptively canceling release in the Middle East due to cultural concerns.

'Don't Worry Darling' Shrugs Off Drama, Opening with $19.2M

'Don't Worry Darling' Shrugs Off Drama, Opening with $19.2M

By Jake Coyle | Sep 25, 2022

After off-screen drama threatened to consume Olivia Wilde's "Don't Worry Darling," the Warner Bros. release opened No. 1 at the box office, debuting with $19.2 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Is 'Bros' Getting Review Bombed?

Is 'Bros' Getting Review Bombed?

Sep 25, 2022

How did the review index for "Bros" on IMDb plummet to 5.5 out of 10 on September 23?

Marilyn Monroe Fascination Comes to Netflix with 'Blonde'

Marilyn Monroe Fascination Comes to Netflix with 'Blonde'

By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 23, 2022

Marilyn Monroe has been dead for 60 years, but there is still a kind of madness around her that remains.

Review Roundup: Critics Show Their Love of 'Bros' after Toronto Premiere

Review Roundup: Critics Show Their Love of 'Bros' after Toronto Premiere

Sep 23, 2022

"Bros," Billy Eichner's queer rom-com, doesn't hit theaters until September 30, but the film was screened at the Toronto Film Festival and is already getting the kind of reviews that make it a must-see.

Lesbian Twitter Reacts to New Queer Netflix Teen Romcom 'Do Revenge'

Lesbian Twitter Reacts to New Queer Netflix Teen Romcom 'Do Revenge'

By Andrea Marks Joseph | Sep 23, 2022

The new queer teen romcom "Do Revenge" is trending on Netflix and social media. Paying homage to an array of 90s and 00s romcom, Lesbian Twitter didn't hold back to reacting to the hilarious film, starring Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke.

Full Lineup Announced for 27th Seattle Queer Film Festival

Full Lineup Announced for 27th Seattle Queer Film Festival

Sep 23, 2022

Three Dollar Bill Cinema has announced the full lineup of film screenings and special programs for the 27th Seattle Queer Film Festival (SQFF), taking place October 13-24.

Review: Sidney Poitier Documentary Shows a Constant Striving

Review: Sidney Poitier Documentary Shows a Constant Striving

By Mark Kennedy | Sep 23, 2022

Poitier's rise from humble origins to Oscar-winning box office draw and civil rights figure who remade Hollywood seems almost scripted, almost too good to be true, but such was Poitier, a life well-lived.

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