Search form

Scroll To Top

'Boy Erased' Is Sincere, Well-Acted, and Distressing

Edgerton has imbued a rather staid undertaking with a touch of nuance. 

If You See One Epic South Korean Thriller This Year, See "Burning"

This is Lee Chang-dong’s most ambiguous, infuriating, and ambitious film yet. 

'The Happy Prince' Illuminates Wilde’s Final Days

Wilde’s death is the signature cautionary tale about the penalties for living openly. 

Netflix’s Sprawling 'Private Life' Belongs to Its Actresses

This is not an insular film about one marriage between would-be breeders. 

You Can Relax Now: 'A Star Is Born' Is Gold

Can Gaga act? It’s a loaded question. But yes. 

REVIEW: All Rise for Emma Thompson In A24’s 'The Children Act'

This is not a big performance, and she’s not subtle either. She’s something better. 

REVIEW: 'The Favourite' Will Make You Say “Yaaas, Queen.”

"All three of our stars find the right note over and over, and they never fear making themselves ridiculous."

Review: 'Crazy Rich Asians' Is Hot, Hilarious, and Historic

The film hits theaters on August 15. (FYI—may be spoilers in here!)

REVIEW: 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post' Is Imperfect But Essential

These are miraculous, touching moments which will leave an indelible mark on LGBTQ+ cinema. 

Chloë Grace Moretz: The Female Gaze and "the Depravity" of Mike Pence

On her film The Miseducation of Cameron Post: “There is no white male straight gaze in this film. It is for the community, by the community.” 

You Will Like 'The Spy Who Dumped Me': Kate McKinnon, Enough Said

I am one of those people who would watch Kate McKinnon play dead. 

Scotty Bowers Came at a Time When Heterosexuality Had to Be Invented

An exclusive with Matt Tyrnauer on his latest documentary, Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood.

Michael Urie & Drew Droege on Their Prizewinning One-Gay Show

“I don’t love watching myself in anything! I have to get over that!”