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Gay Movie Review of Nico and Dani
Gay Film - Nico and Dani

Nico and Dani (2001)
Starring: Fernando Ramallo, Jordi Vilches, et al. Director: Cesc Gay

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In America, two boys at the beach with no parental supervision leads to dumb, artificial sex comedies; in Europe, the same material can turn into something genuine and sweet. In a small seaside town near Barcelona, Nico comes to visit his best friend Dani, whose parents are away for the summer. They have the typical male teenager obsessions with masturbation and girls--but Dani is just beginning to realize that he's more interested in Nico than the local girls they've been flirting with. The setup isn't unusual, but what is remarkable about Nico and Dani is the unforced naturalism of the acting and the way the story unfolds. All the young actors give simple but nuanced performances, capturing in detail the charming awkwardness of adolescence, with frank sex scenes that are more clumsy and hopeful than erotic. Winner of the Prix de Jeunesse award at Cannes.

Gay Movie Review of No Ordinary Love

Gay Movie Review of No Ordinary Love

No Ordinary Love (1995)
Starring: No Ordinary Love, Smith Forte

A killer bisexual, a corpulent gay thief, a pregnant rocker whose weakness is gay and bisexual men, a Vietnamese-American teen who fancies dresses and a Latino teen coming to grips with his homosexuality are just some of the players in this whimsical, "Melrose Place"-like soaper/spoof. Underneath the placid facade of twentysomething Kevin's rambling L.A. house, sexual confusion reigns supreme among his unusually [amorous] group of boarders. Newly single, Kevin finds solace (and a bit more) in the (...) embraces of several of his roommates. Adding to Kevin's confusion is the revelation that roomie Wendy is pregnant and the father is his ex.

Gay Movie Review of No Skin off My Ass

Gay Movie Review of No Skin off My Ass

No Skin off My Ass (1992)

New Queer Cinema never looked so raw and sexual as in this wry, low-budget and sexually explicit comedy about a punkish hairdresser who becomes obsessed with a shy baby-faced skinhead.
Sort of a fag version of the beautiful and near-catatonic Joe Dallesandro in Trash, the skinhead passively and diffidently accepts his offers of a bubblebath and a place to live and has to decide if this coiffeur is for him.
While the gay sex scenes are hard-core at times, they are also romantic. Note that due to censorship constraints, the British video release of the film is edited.

Gay Movie Review of The Object of My Affection
Gay Film - The Object of My Affection

The Object of My Affection (1998)
Starring: Paul Rudd, Jennifer Aniston, et al. Director: Nicholas Hytner

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In this ultra-hip, multilayered comedy, triangles and emotional imbroglios take on a new meaning. Well, at least they try. Jennifer Aniston plays a straight woman who falls in love with a gay man (Paul Rudd). She invites him to move in with her just hours after they meet. As their friendship progresses, she learns she is pregnant, and wants Rudd to act as daddy to her newborn, much to the consternation of her overbearing boyfriend (John Pankow)... (click through to Amazon to read more)

Gay Movie Review of The Opposite of Sex
Gay Film - The Opposite of Sex

The Opposite of Sex (1998)
Starring: Christina Ricci, Martin Donovan (II), et al. Director: Don Roos

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Christina Ricci had a great year in 1998. The young actress continued to cast off her youthful image from the Addams Family movies and made a big splash on the independent movie scene, especially in this scathingly witty comedy in which Ricci has the central role. Here she plays Dedee, a buxom, sexually precocious teenager who's pregnant, cynical, and looking for a volunteer father for her unborn child. This takes her to the home of her gay half-brother (Martin Donovan) whose current lover (Ivan Sergei) becomes Dedee's latest target for seduction. That's just the start of the mischief that Dedee so masterfully orchestrates, and Lisa Kudrow (from TV's Friends) is also on hand to deliver some of the movie's most quotable dialogue while fending off the affection of a local policeman played by Lyle Lovett. If all this sounds rather sordid, rest assured that the movie's got a warm heart (well, sort of) beating beneath all of its sharp-edged sarcasm. Writer-director Don Roos (Single White Female) injects most of the movie's appeal and humor through Dedee's voice-over narration, which constantly reminds us that even the most familiar movie clichés can be cleverly overturned. As a result, The Opposite of Sex is the opposite of boring. - Jeff Shannon (Amazon.com)

Gay Movie Review of Peter's Friends

Gay Movie Review of Peter's Friends

Peter's Friends (1992)

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A collegiate musical troupe's weekend reunion, after ten years, sparks feelings of love, envy, anger, and self-doubt. Glibly described as a British BIG CHILL, it stands on its own, filled with honest humour, heartache, and finely etched performances. Thompson is a standout as the group nerd, and Rudner (who also wrote this with real-life husband Martin Bergman) is very funny as a self-absorbed Hollywood star.

Gay Movie Review of Philadelphia
Gay Film - Philadelphia

Philadelphia (1994)
Starring: Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, et al. Director: Jonathan Demme

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Philadelphia wasn't the first movie about AIDS (it followed such worthy independent films as Parting Glances and Longtime Companion), but it was the first Hollywood studio picture to take AIDS as its primary subject. In that sense, Philadelphia is a historically important film. As such, it's worth remembering that director Jonathan Demme (Melvin and Howard, Something Wild, The Silence of the Lambs) wasn't interested in preaching to the converted; he set out to make a film that would connect with a mainstream audience. (click through to Amazon to read more)

Gay Movie Review of Pink Narcissus

Gay Movie Review of Pink Narcissus

Pink Narcissus (1971)

This legendary erotic creation was rediscovered in the U.S. in 1992. Made by "Anonymous" (photographer James Bidgood eventually came forward to lay claim of authorship), the film was reportedly shot over a seven-year period and is reminiscent of the 1960s New York Underground and the works of Kenneth Anger. Straddling the line between underground art and gay porn, the film is a classic of gay male erotica. The hero, teenage beauty Bobby Kendall, drifts into slumber and his dreams, fueled by a lively imagination and sexual fantasy, take on a surreal and amatory air. Poetic, tender yet sexually potent, we are taken through his erotic revelries: from scenes of Bobby becoming a toreador, a Roman slave, and eventually involved in Arabian Nights debauchery.

Gay Movie Review of Priest
Gay Film - Priest

Priest (1995)
Starring: Linus Roache, Tom Wilkinson, et al. Director: Antonia Bird

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Provocative drama about a man of the cloth who finds himself caught between sacred vows and his own personal beliefs, in particular his closeted homosexuality. Deft blend of melodrama and tract that manages to deal with homosexuality, abuse, incest, and the politics of the Church with incisive results--and even a dark sense of humour. Flawlessly acted.

Gay Review of Queer as Folk Season One
Queer as Folk - Season One

Queer as Folk - The Complete First Season (Showtime) (2001)

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Queer As Folk is unquestionably the gay cultural phenomena of the new millennium. The master behind the scenes is Russell Davies, the writer who created the characters who have captivated the queer world for two years. Showtime, with incredible wisdom, produced a Queer as Folk soap opera that could conceivably run forever, with characters we can all identify with. The American Queer as Folk is set in a mythical Pittsburgh - it's not West Hollywood or the West Village - it's a blue collar city where gay people co-exist with straight - just like where most of us live. (It’s actually filmed in Toronto, Canada)
Brian (Harold) is the gay man in the cast most despised and lusted after. He's rich, arrogant, self-absorbed and a total hunk. Michael (Sparks), is his best friend. He, like all the guys, lusts after Brian. Michael is a working-class department store manager, even-tempered and loved by all. Justin (Harrison) is 17, still in high school and totally adorable (the whole cast is actually). Justin is also in love with Brian - but alas they are only "fuck buddies". Lindsay (Gill) is the mother of Brian's son (artificial insemination of course). She's a house mom who is dedicated to her baby and sometimes to her lover Melanie (Clunie). Melanie is a lawyer, she's Jewish and a very combative, soft butch. Ted (Lowell) is an accountant who in search of love has met a club boy with a crystal meth problem. Emmett (Paige) is his super fag best friend who tries to steer innocent Ted clear of trouble. Debbie (Gless) is Michael's mother and the waitress at their favorite diner. Debbie is PFLAG personified, covered in buttons - she worships her gay son and all his friends - she's the show cheerleader.
This American/British/Canadian creation is soap opera at its finest. Characters we can call our own, great drama and romance - and the cast is real easy on the eyes!
(Six DVDs or five VHS tapes in each set!)

Gay Review of Queer as Folk (British)
Queer as Folk - British Series - Season One

Queer as Folk (British TV Series)
Director: Charles McDougall, Sarah Harding

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There's never a dull moment in this lively drama following the lives of three men living it large in Manchester's gay village. Stuart Jones (Aidan Gillen) has got it all. He's rich, drop dead gorgeous and always the center of attention. He can be forgiven the arrogance because he's pretty close to perfection. His best mate Vince Tyler (Craig Kelly) is funny, adorable and definitely a babe but, unlike his friend, has zero confidence in himself. Since time began, Vince has carried a torch for Stuart but his love remains firmly unrequited. They're both 29, hitting Canal Street every night, stalwarts of the scene but just starting to wonder where else their lives may be going. Then along comes Nathan Maloney (Charlie Hunnam). Young, wild and coming out with a vengeance, he crowbars his way into their world and once he arrives, nothing is ever the same again.

Gay Movie Review of Querelle

Gay Movie Review of Querelle

Querelle (1982) - English subtitles
Director: Rainer Werner Fassbinder

Brad Davis and Jeanne Moreau star in this steamy take on Jean Genet's homoerotic novel of sexual obsession and murder in a seedy seaport. Fassbinder's last film was never quite finished, but its intense visual style is unmistakable and quite brilliant. The film's ominously dark and determinedly artificial sets, the pervasive homosexual iconography and the stylized acting all gel to create a brooding, melancholy mood quite fitting with the classic novel. The drenched color, bulging crotches, phallic sets and extraordinarily tight fitting outfits add to an air of homoeroticism seldom seen in film. Franco Nero is Querelle's commanding officer who falls hard for the swaggering, sexually brazen sailor (Davis). Jeanne Morreau is outstanding as a sultry and sexually degraded madam. A tale of passion, violence, degradation and intense sexual submission.

Gay Review of Red Dirt
Red Dirt - Gay DVD

Red Dirt (2000)
Director: Tag Purvis

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Red Dirt is set in the small Mississippi town of Pine Apple where gorgeous Griffith (Dan Montgomery) lives with his aunt Summer (Karen Black) and cousin Emily (Aleksa Palladino). Their lives are slow and uneventful until Lee (Walter Goggins) a drifter wanders into their lives. Lee and Griffith bond very quickly forging a deep friendship. They fix up a house, swim together and run through the rain naked bonding into a relationship that lacks only sex to make it gay. A palpable homoeroticism hangs over Red Dirt like the Spanish moss on the trees. Both Griffith and Emily feel stuck in this small town taking care of their aunt who suffers from agoraphobia as a result of Griffith's mother's tragic death. Lee encourages Griffith to leave and hit the road with him, he is clearly smitten with Griffith - anybody would be! It takes Emily to reveal the homosexual attraction that Griffith at first rejects but then adapts to.
A lush film with saturated colors, gorgeous score and a real Southern feeling. The performances are all strong, especially Karen Black and Dan Montgomery. Plenty of male beauty, a great story and a trip to the rural south make this a rewarding and special film.

Gay Movie Review of Reflections in a Golden Eye

Gay Movie Review of Reflections in a Golden Eye

Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967)

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Sexual repression abounds in this kinky version of Carson McCullers' novel. Brando is the latent homosexual Army officer and Taylor is his unsatisfied, contemptuous wife. Forster is the hunky object of Brando's affection, and David is a fey houseboy. Not totally successful, the performances, however, make it slightly interesting. Unfortunately, the film suffers from being made at a time when there was a budding sexual freedom for all but gay characters; which made it impossible to fully explore Brando's character and sexual yearnings. The right director could make a helluva remake.

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