The late Oliver Sacks was a very fascinating man. Learn more about him in the upcoming documentary Oliver Sacks: His Own Life. Sacks was not just a scientist and neurologist, […]
An Australian singer, with a young daughter in tow, arrives in 1996 New York to make it as a singer. The woman’s name was Helen Reddy. Yes, Helen Reddy the […]
It’s 1981 South Africa, a time when the country was still at the height of apartheid, and blacks were not the only class of people who were discriminated against, homosexuals […]
Going into this film I expected a story of the lovable Mister Rogers – the man who, for decades hosted the US children’s television show Mister Rogers Neighborhood, but it’s […]
The FBI investigation of actress Jean Seberg is told in the new film Seberg. Kristen Stewart, who plays Seberg, is fine in this film of Seberg’s life which was filled […]
★★★★ | Judy Renee Zelwegger is electric as the late, great Judy Garland in the new film Judy. Judy is a semi-biographical account of her time in London in winter 1968 […]
The Shiny Shrimps is so much fun to watch it’ll make you want to join some sort of sports team to experience what you’ve just seen in the film.
★★★★ | ROCKETMAN The story of Elton John, Is it a musical definitely, is it a biopic partly is it sanitised? No damn way – 25 years of his life […]
★★★★ | Yuli Famous Cuban ballet dancer Carlos Acosta plays himself in a beautiful drama/documentary about his life as a ballet star as well as his life growing up poor […]
In 2004, at the age of 19, American Garrard Conley was sent by his parents to a conversion therapy program to rid him of his homosexual feelings. This true story is now a film called Boy Erased.
★★★★ | Can You Ever Forgive Me? Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant both play gay characters in the fantastic Can You Ever Forgive Me? Based on the life of […]