The historic 1969 uprising of the LGBT community at NYC’s Stonewall Inn is told through the fictional story of a naïve HS senior kicked out by his father.
I’m impressed with this tale of an aging rock musician reuniting with her family in a moment of crisis. (4 of 5 stars) Click the image to read my entire review.
When famous ballet teacher Tobi Powell is interviewed by two out of towners, it becomes evident that their agenda is far darker than what they had told him.
I’m giving a 5-star recommendation to this fascinating film about code-breaking in WWII and the challenges of secrecy. Click the movie’s title to read my entire review.
A small Halloween skeleton from their childhood, given by their father who killed himself, bonds twin Milo & Maggie as they struggle with their own suicidal despair.
The grown son of the gay Albert & Armand wants to marry the daughter of a right-wing US Senator & not reveal their status when they meet the other family.
Alfred Molina and John Lithgow are terrific in this new movie. 5 stars! Click the movie title to read my entire review.
Set in the early 1940s, this is the story of how Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and William S Burroughs met at Columbia Un. and began what was to become The Beat Generation. It is also the tale of a murder that implicated them all.