Latter Days was okay but this other one is tired.
What are some good gay movies on the Netflix?
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|by Anonymous||reply 1||10/16/2010|
You know, we often lampoon LOGO here (and rightly so) but I don't think Here! TV is much better. Most of the movies it offers are shit and so are its original series (tired reruns of shit they produced 2 or 3 years ago and haven't bothered to make new episodes since).%0D %0D I'm seriously thinking of taking it off my Time Warner account because it's really not worth paying for.
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I've seen the Beautiful Thing and I liked it a lot.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||10/16/2010|
Oh R4 I have been waiting for that (didn't realise it was lesbian themed either but there's the title) but it hasn't been given a UK release. Some films like The Messenger weren't released till like 2 years theatrically or otherwise.
High Art is the last word in dyke films I'd say, from the director of The Kids Are All Right and much better than that. This is low budget indie tastica with some hot guys. One who ended up in Revenge I was shocked to see.
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|by Anonymous||reply 11||03/20/2013|
"The Wise Kids" wasn't too bad. The better gay-themed movies tend to be foreign. The American ones tend to be about privileged white narcissists whining about how hard it is to find a decent boyfriend and their slutty friends.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||03/20/2013|
Girls Will Be Girls is on Netflix and its HILARIOUS!
|by Anonymous||reply 15||03/21/2013|
Is Patrick 1.5 any good? Netflix recommends it for me, but I hate movies that are heavy on agenda.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||03/21/2013|
It was pretty good, r16. I would say it wasn't too agenda-ey. Some sweet moments, some funny ones.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||03/21/2013|
I loved Weekend (especially when watched with subtitles), Undertow and my recent obsession Keep the Lights On which I found especially touching for some reason. I had read the autobiography of the other party in the relationship (Portrait of an Addict as a Young Man by Bill Clegg which was harrowing)so it was interesting to see the other half covered in a semi-fictional way. The leads were very effective as well especially the Danish actor who portrayed the filmaker. One movie from awhile ago that was very interesting in a cultural way was The Bubble from Israel which was about gay life in Tel Aviv and the relationship between Jews and Palestinians within that bubble.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||03/21/2013|
Nate & Margaret
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Good ones in the last year:
North Sea, Texas Morgan
|by Anonymous||reply 21||03/21/2013|
I concur with R17, Patrik 1.5 isn't great - I give it 6 or 7 out of 10 - but is worth seeing. It's very likeable.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||03/21/2013|
It is crazy how difference taste can be. I can't imagine how anyone can think "Weekend" is crap, I think it is clearly one of the most impressive gay-themed movies.
Then again, other people like Latter Days which I think is obviously a crap movie in spite of nice eye candy.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||03/21/2013|
Latter Days is clunky as hell but I loved it. The story and screenplay has a very fanfic feel to it.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||03/21/2013|
Films are the most subjective thing aren't they, much more so than music I'd say.
Maybe since there are so many factors in you liking them, they're longer than a whole album and TV show requiring attention span/watching on DVD vs full cinema experience etc.
I do think it's been something of a golden age for gay cinema though. I don't remember so many quality ones coming out around the same time. It was rare before.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||03/21/2013|
I know I am in the minority but I liked DREAM BOY although I hear that the novel is better.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||03/21/2013|
Longhorns is sexy and funny.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||03/21/2013|
I don't know if they're available via streaming (that's not how I watch movies), but some recent ones that I loved (aside from the previously mentioned Weekend, Undertow and Keep the Lights On):
The String -- Young man returns to Tunisia to care for his elderly mother (Claudia Cardinale) and falls for the hunky gardener.
The Green -- In a small southern town, an openly gay high school teacher is accused of molesting a student; a bit preachey, but a solid cast.
Oh, you might definitely want to check out Patrik, Age 1.5, as Hollywood is currently prepping a remake.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||03/21/2013|
House of Boys I didn't like that much.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||03/21/2013|
Private Romeo, an updated version of Romeo and Juliet set in an all boy's school. A little ajrring when the Shakespeare prose kicks in but still worth a look.
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I enjoyed Judas Kiss.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||03/21/2013|
I also recommend "The String (Le Fil). As an added bonus, it has the ultra-sexy Salim Kechiouche, who has played in many French gay movies (though he's straight).
|by Anonymous||reply 33||03/21/2013|
I like Private Romeo also R30 but it definitely isn't for everybody, of the people I tried to watch it with most couldn't get past them using the original shakesperian dialog in the out of context situation and these were well educated people also.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||03/21/2013|
If you're up for being depressed, rent Weekend, Undertow or Keep the Lights On. They all had good reviews but make you feel like crap afterwards.
If you want something more inspiring, check out Patrik 1.5 or The String.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||03/21/2013|
Just watched Patrik 1.5 - I loved it - thanks for the recommendation
|by Anonymous||reply 36||03/21/2013|
"Brotherhood" was unexpectedly satisfying for a gay film. It's a Danish film about gay neo-Nazis (so not quite PC), but whatever, the two leads were hot and it had more substance than most gay films.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||03/21/2013|
Girls will be Girls is a hoot Sassy Pants is really cute
Didn't like The Green Especially disliked the lead actor
|by Anonymous||reply 38||03/21/2013|
Beautiful Thing is not showing in Netflix.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||03/21/2013|
By the way, Netflix selection of gay films is atrocious, which is why I cancelled my membership. They used to have everything now they have practically nothing.
Amazon.com has a slightly better selection but still pretty old.
Wolfevideo.com has a pay per view feature with some newer titles.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||03/21/2013|
According to Wolfe and/or TLA Video, you need to find the movies on the site, and if it's not available click on the green "save" button to put them into your "save queue." The more saves a movie that Netflix doesn't carry, the more likely it will be picked up.
I just wish Wolfe and TLA would just offer a streaming service instead of just selling the DVDs. I'd pay for that.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||03/22/2013|
"Heartbeats" by the beautiful Xavier Dolan won a Palm at Canne, not in the main competition but still. It's Canadian French, but the story and cinematography are strong enough to carry an English speaking viewer the whole way through. You will laugh, you will identify with the characters and you will be totally satisfied that there's a gay film out there that has gay characters that just exist and don't get aids or become addicts or face impossible love. Well, I guess we will have to watch the movie to find if the last one is true. Here's the trailer.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||03/22/2013|
Have you seen "Longtime Companion"?
|by Anonymous||reply 45||03/22/2013|
Wolfe and TLA both have streaming services. TLA's list is really out of date because they want people to buy the DVDs. Wolfe has newer titles but only a select few.
And no, Netflix USED to have a huge selection of gay films but ever since the famous price hike/f#ck you to users, they have cut back significantly on what they carry, especially foreign and less-mainstream gay films. The "Save" function is pretty much useless because most smaller films will not get enough clicks to hit the threshold.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||03/22/2013|
I couldn't find this Brotherhood in streaming Netflix. There was one but it was about an American fraternity. The String isn't there either. I couldn't find the Wise Kids.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||03/22/2013|
"Toast" it's just wonderful. It's British and a period piece coming-of-age with a wonderful cast. It's free on YouTube,if you can't hookup you smart tv or watch on you laptop,I would highly recommend.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||03/24/2013|
Boy Culture and Open Cam are both terrific!
|by Anonymous||reply 49||03/25/2013|
I watched "Gayby" the other day and found it to be not as bad as I thought it would be. Enough cute guys and funny moments to make it enjoyable. But the lead actress under-eye bags were so distracting!
|by Anonymous||reply 50||04/07/2013|
Shelter is one of the best gay movies I've ever seen. I didn't really expect to like it much due to the age difference between the actors, but it's a very nice feel good movie.
Going Down in Lala Land is pretty decent. Has some weird parts where the director or producer inserted himself into the film(don't they all?) but other than that it was entertaining.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||04/07/2013|
North Sea Texas is a really good one I loved it so much!!
|by Anonymous||reply 52||08/03/2013|
I'll take GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS for the seventh time over most tedious "serious" gay movies with the usual angst and social difficulties (and gauzy sex scenes with perfect bodies).
|by Anonymous||reply 54||08/03/2013|
Not Another Gay Movie.
It's a spoof on American Pie. If you want cheap, juvenile humor, it delivers.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||08/03/2013|
It's actually Another Gay Movie and it apparently was removed from streaming recently because I streamed it not that long ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||08/03/2013|
Have no idea what is or is not available on Netflix, but here are five that I really liked -
Plan B (Argentina) Undertow (Peru) Mixed Kebab (Turkey/Belgium, I think) Guys and Balls (Germany) 9 Dead Gay Guys (UK)
|by Anonymous||reply 57||08/03/2013|
These are "watch instantly"
Eyes Wide Open
Yossi & Jagger
Edie & Thea.. Excellent documentary
Eating Out Movies have lots of good one liners for laughs
|by Anonymous||reply 58||08/03/2013|
Poor dear R10, was it the lack of chase scenes or the fact that there was no campy dialogue while shopping? WEEKEND was a fucking masterpiece, but it did require a little intelligence and maturity.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||08/03/2013|
I've probably watched a few hundred gay movies.. most of them were crap, but there was definitely some gems too.
East Side Story
A Single Man
Touch Of Pink
Is It Just Me
The Curiosity Of Chance
Movies I'm looking forward to: Five Dances, Geography Club, GBF.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||08/03/2013|
I agree about BROTHERHOOD, and it stars the same great Dane who's in KEEP THE LIGHTS ON.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||08/03/2013|
"Edge of Seventeen" is a gay coming of age film with a superb l80's soundtrack. The male lead goes through the classic rites such as getting up the courage to actually enter the gay bar that he's driven by so many times. It covers his first relationship and gradual acceptance of who he is.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||08/03/2013|
Gawd, I thought GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS was AWFUL!
|by Anonymous||reply 65||08/03/2013|
This Yahoo group is still active and the owner, BigBearPHX, offers pretty good reviews of current DVD releases.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||08/04/2013|
I'm partial to South American gay movies:
Still two of my faves.
"Walk on Water" is about a lotta things, but many gay characters. Quite nice.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||08/04/2013|
Sort of a cult classic, r64. And I recently recognized the lesbian from the film in "Orange Is the New Black".
If it hasn't been mentioned, it would be criminal to leave off "Get Real". You can watch the film on YouTube, I'm linking to it. One of the leads is hotter than Henry Cavill.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||08/04/2013|
Try "Broken Hearts Club" and "Coffee Date".
|by Anonymous||reply 69||08/04/2013|
My Beautiful Laundrette?
|by Anonymous||reply 70||08/04/2013|
R64, Edge of Seventeen is a good movie. I also forgot to mention I Do. It's a fairly new movie, and it's definitely worth the watch.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||08/04/2013|
I saw a pretty good one last night.
It's called "Morgan" and it's about a newly disabled guy in a wheelchair that falls in love again. It's definitely not the most professional or even technically proficient production I've ever seen, and there are a few cliches (sassy fat black girl as best friend) but for me it worked because it makes you really feel something for the two characters, the leads are appealing and attractive and not in a cliched gay movie pretty boy way, and the gay angle is almost secondary to the story about a young guy who's paralyzed and trying to get his life back.
This is something you've never seen before in gay film, I thought it was a very special movie and I highly recommend it.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||08/04/2013|
The lesbian movie Perfect Endings was good....
|by Anonymous||reply 73||08/04/2013|
I thought 'Morgan' was wonderful for the first 45 minutes. Great characterization and honest performances.
Then it got real weird, the tone changed and it was all about the bratty drama and the character I adored became unattractive (and disingenuously portrayed). Great acting then horrible acting. Great screenplay then horrible screenplay.
But that's just my opinion.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||08/04/2013|
R73, OP asked for GAY movies, not lesbian.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||08/04/2013|
This movie looks really good.. Geography Club
|by Anonymous||reply 76||08/04/2013|
Thanks for the North Sea, Texas recommendation. Just watched it this morning. Liked it a lot.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||08/04/2013|
How about movies with nonstereotypical bi and gay men? How about some bi/gay football player, soldier, and frat movies.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||08/04/2013|
I'm amazed 'Prick Up Your Ears' is never mentioned on these gay movie threads.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||08/04/2013|
I saw on Amazon prime, perhaps it is on Netflix
Yossi an Israeli film with sub titles. Nice bits of bits.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||08/04/2013|
Fair enough, r74. I thought the end when Morgan spazzed out and became unlikeable it was an interesting choice because it kept him from being a "noble cripple." It seemed real. Sometimes we're all bratty and childish and selfish and lash out at those who love us. I think it was truthful because it was indicative of the pressure he was putting on himself to become the "old him" again. It worked for me.
Not to be mean, but where on EARTH did they find that gargoyle who played his mother? THAT was the best they could do? That actress had to have been calling in a favor, or pitched in $$.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||08/04/2013|
In The Family. It is an hour too long, but very well done.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||08/04/2013|
Urbania. Wet Hot American Summer. Edge of Seventeen. Before Night Falls.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||08/04/2013|
I was surprised they have Taxi Zum Klo, complete with cumshots, rimming and golden showers.
Sebastiane is tedious, but it has a really hot scene with two Italian looking guys frolicking in the ocean.
House Boys isn't great, but has its moments.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||08/04/2013|
I'll have to check out Taxi Zum Klo. I'm going watch Head On later tonight.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||08/05/2013|
If you want to cry your eyes out, then watch the new Australian movie Monster Pies. Such a good movie, made on an obvious small budget. It was soooo good though. One of the best gay movies I've watched in years. It does NOT have a happy ending, but the movie is still so beautiful and real and just overall incredible. Some raw emotions there. I'd definitely recommend it. It's not on Netflix, but it is out on DVD. Please check it out. I swear, you won't regret it.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||12/01/2013|
I really enjoyed CHRISTOPHER AND HIS KIND on NetFlix. Captivating background to Isherwood's creation of CABARET and lots of eye candy in the form of sexy boys in the Berlin of the 1930s.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||12/01/2013|
C.R.A.Z.Y. French Canadian movie
|by Anonymous||reply 89||12/01/2013|
R88, who says the people on this thread ONLY watch gay movies? I don't. I watch a wide variety of movies, with both straight and gay themes. It's just nice to watch movies once in a while that we can relate to, that's all.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||12/01/2013|
It's been a while since I've seen it, but I remember really liking this movie "Lillies."
|by Anonymous||reply 91||12/01/2013|
'Keep the Lights On' was beautiful. Someone said it was just decent? That's not the truth.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||12/01/2013|
In case some people would like to watch NEW gay themed movies, here's a short list of some movies that came out this year:
Freier Fall (Free Fall)
Out In The Dark
|by Anonymous||reply 93||12/01/2013|
Yossi & Jagger was also great. Haven't seen Yossi yet. You can't go wrong with 'Get Real' and especially 'Beautiful Thing'. I haven't watched 'Weekend' yet. These are all world class movies, btw. Not good for gay movies, good movies...
|by Anonymous||reply 94||12/01/2013|
I've seen so many of these movies over the years and what I want now is a list of movies with GUARANTEED HAPPY ENDINGS. Yes! I want the boys to meet, fall in love, have problems, kiss and then live happily ever after. No. I'm not fricking shallow I've just had it with all the torture and doom and gloom. That's what real life is for! And god knows I have the antidepressants to prove it. Give me escapism. Please. Even Maurice - one of the very best if not THE best - has a supposedly happy ending but that last shot of Maurice's face as he holds a swooning Alec is all "Oh shit. What did I just do!"
That being said I LOVE Bent which I don't think has been mentioned. You can't get more brutal than a Nazi camp but the story is so moving and so beautifully acted that the inevitable end is a kind of happy release despite the tears.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||12/01/2013|
r95, I read a recent interview with the Danish filmmaker behind a new gay film called "North Sea, Texas," and he had the exact same complaint about gay films you do!
I haven't seen it yet but apparently it's his 'response' to that void. (though the preview doesn't look it! hmmm)
|by Anonymous||reply 96||12/01/2013|
Keep the Lights On is fucking ghastly. Some of the most navel gazing, repulsive garbage from two of the most narcissistic, unattractive assholes to show their nasty asses on the NY scene.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||12/01/2013|
R95, out of the new movies I listed only ONE has a happy ending, it's Five Dances. I've seen it. It's a fairly good movie, with great dancing. It's a bit slow and "boring" at times though. Not much dialog at all. The cinematography is beautiful though, and the boys have chemistry. It was a nice enough movie.
There's many older movies that have happy endings too, like Beautiful Thing, Touch Of Pink, Make The Yuletide Gay, Just A Question Of Love, Breakfast With Scot, Straight Jacket, Shelter, Latter Days, East Side Story, Maurice, Wilde, Longhorns, Boy Culture, Noah's ARK: Jumping The Broom, Mambo Italiano, The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green, The Curiosity of Chance, All Over The Guy, Trick, Guys & Balls.
You also have silly movies that are cute, romantic and funny, although of not high quality, like Is It Just Me, eCupid, Another Gay Movie.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||12/01/2013|
R96, that movie does indeed have a happy ending! I've seen it. It's a bit depressing at times, but cute and romantic too. I liked it. It's not one of my favorites movies, but it was good.
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Oh, and I liked "Gayby".
|by Anonymous||reply 101||12/06/2013|
I can't believe no one has mentioned my absolute favorite "Parting Glances". I also loved "Fifth of July"--especially Swoosie Kurtz's character.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||12/06/2013|
I Killed My Mother, from Xavier Dolan (who also directed Heartbeats). Loved it. It's hard to believe that he is still in his early 20s and is already a triple threat (acting, directing & writing). He's quite a talent, and easy on the eyes to boot. Has anyone seen his latest film Tom at the Farm?
|by Anonymous||reply 103||12/06/2013|
Another vote for Head On. Powerful and realistic descent into drugs and alcohol, and plenty of hot sex scenes with a variety of characters. Hopeful ending, as I recall.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||12/06/2013|
[quote] I read a recent interview with the Danish filmmaker behind a new gay film called "North Sea, Texas," and he had the exact same complaint about gay films you do!
"North Sea, Texas" is actually Belgian (Flemish). I enjoyed it.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||12/06/2013|
German film, "Summer Storm."
|by Anonymous||reply 106||12/06/2013|
I was amazed at the quality of STRANGERS IN US and NATE AND MARGARET.
I think I watched them for free on Logo's site, however.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||12/06/2013|
"Gone, but not Forgotten" was good. But stay away from "Phoenix" and other movies from the same people.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||12/06/2013|
Christopher and His Kind - based on the memoirs of Christopher Isherwood. Really well done
|by Anonymous||reply 109||12/06/2013|
There a great South African movie called Beauty. A new father -in -law becomes obsessed with his son-in-law. Some great scenes.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||12/06/2013|
Die Hard. Obviously, that's for the morgue to determine for certain, but an inspiring film and a worthy goal nonetheless. The sequel, Die Harder, really stretches the possiblity of stiffness after death to its limits. Fingers crossed.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||12/06/2013|
Try the thriller "House of Adam" -- like nothing else you've ever seen.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||12/06/2013|
r97, that's what made Keep The Lights On such a powerful film, for me. Thore Lindhardt was brilliant and, in a just world, would've received a Best Actor Oscar nod.
I recently watched Loose Cannons, the most recent effort from Turkish-Italian filmmaker Ferzan Ozpetek; like so many of his previous films (Steam: The Turkish Bath; His Secret Life; Facing Windows), it's filled with beautiful men and broad characterizations -- in this case, an Italian family whose fortune is based on the production of pasta; a son comes home to reveal he's gay, only to have his brother come out first -- but, for some reason, I didn't find it as satisfactory as his earlier films. Still, much better than most American indie gay films.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||12/06/2013|
East Side Story
both have have that dreamy gay Steve Calahan in them. (Role/Play has the sweet David Pevsner in it as well)
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|by Anonymous||reply 115||12/06/2013|
Everyone should check out "Geography Club", it just came out and its a great movie! Its available to rent on iTunes or check out the OnDemand service from your cable/satellite provider.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||12/15/2013|
If not already mentioned:
|by Anonymous||reply 117||12/15/2013|
Can anyone identify this movie for me? I saw it years ago on one of the cable channels. It was about a man with three grown sons, all of them engaged in larcenous doings. One of the sons got rebellious and the father was going to crucify him. He was actually erecting a cross in the backyard.
It isn't a gay film, but the father ran around in britches without a shirt and he was very hot, so you could say it's of "gay interest." The sons weren't hot, but that father was a real daddy.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||01/21/2014|
google it, bitch
|by Anonymous||reply 119||03/01/2014|
I quite liked "David's Birthday", though it definitely does not have a happy ending, but it's beautiful.
I also found "For A Lost Soldier" to be profoundly moving, if slightly disturbing, but it still made me cry, and feel things I have not felt in a very long time.
I wish "Big Eden" would appear on Netflix, that's my favorite gay movie EVER.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||03/01/2014|
Benjamin Bratts "The Mission" is a devastating movie, a must see.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||03/01/2014|
Keep the lights on
|by Anonymous||reply 122||03/01/2014|
Monter Pies was a good movie. Really sad too though.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||03/08/2014|
Noordzee Texas Belgium movie very good
|by Anonymous||reply 125||03/08/2014|
Gather 'round, girls, i have to share! Rubens Place is the worst gay or straight movie ever! God. The one drunken father scene is community theatre at its worst. Your mouth will drop, lol. And with so many plot holes you'd think you looking at a dolphin net. All this with this ugly actors. What were they thinking?
|by Anonymous||reply 126||03/21/2014|
"G.B.F." was a lot of fun.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||03/22/2014|
I concur with R113 re Director Ozpetek and suggest as well his excellent Saturno Contro (Saturn in Opposition). Hot men, wonderful story. Also Magnifica Presenza (Magnificent Haunting). Not quite as good as Saturno Contro or Le Fate Ignoranti (His Secret Life)......but close enough.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||03/22/2014|
I just saw this Polish movie. It was very good. It's not on Netflix though..
|by Anonymous||reply 129||04/02/2014|
The documentary "I Am Divine" was released this week and it's terrific.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||04/09/2014|
I actually thought August was a pretty good movie. It has the older guy from Looking as the lead.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||04/09/2014|
Blue is the Warmest Color. Palme d'Or Winner last year.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||04/09/2014|
I really mean this everyone the best so far that really captures your heart is
Eyes wide open Out in the dark Hawaii It's just so amazingly done please watch Them great great movies that ur not going To stop thinking about them
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|by Anonymous||reply 134||05/03/2014|
Any with hot masculine black or Latin dudes?
|by Anonymous||reply 135||05/04/2014|
Wish there were more bi/gay dude jock movies.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||06/21/2014|
I liked GBF.
Even better at covering similar ground is Date and Switch but I don't think that's on there.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||06/21/2014|
Stranger by the Lake has tons of nudity and sex, including an ejaculation scene. I found it on the dull side though and don't recommend it.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||06/21/2014|
Just watched Stranger by the Lake - thanks for posting about it
|by Anonymous||reply 139||06/22/2014|
200 American shows the advertising world for what it is.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||06/22/2014|
The Aussie should have been a lot hotter though.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||06/22/2014|
Some of the Eating Out movies are back on, including the most recent one.
|by Anonymous||reply 142||06/22/2014|
Eating Out is horrible. Filled with awful tired stereotypes, such as drag queens, feminine girly dudes, and excessive campiness. A horrible movie series.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||07/19/2014|
R143= tedious "gaybro" idiot.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||07/19/2014|
Paris Is Burning and I Am Divine are both well worth watching.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||07/19/2014|
Are you actually trying to argue the Eating Out series are good movies R144? That might be the first time I have seen someone claim that.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||07/19/2014|
No, I am not arguing that at all. They are not good, but not for the reasons stated in R143.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||07/19/2014|
Geography Club was lame.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||07/19/2014|
I watched FREE FALL last night. It's German with subtitles. I highly recommend it. Fantastic film.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||07/19/2014|
r143 is correct and r144 is an effeminate.
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|by Anonymous||reply 153||07/20/2014|
Happy Sad. Two very hot actors. One of the two is very non-stereotypical and masculine. The other is a hot biracial dude.
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|by Anonymous||reply 155||08/16/2014|
Kickstarting for new gay mystery movie with Queer as Folk hunk Gale Harold playing gay again for the first time since the end of the show, and ATWT Van Hansis.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||10/19/2014|
Blue is the Warmest Color.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||10/19/2014|
Are there any bisexual dude movies?
|by Anonymous||reply 158||10/26/2014|
There's some Russian movie that was on YT that was bisexual MMF. It was a big deal apparently so it should be easy to find. Too boring for me though.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||10/26/2014|
|by Anonymous||reply 160||01/19/2015|
Is the Jack Wrangler documentary available?
|by Anonymous||reply 161||01/22/2015|
|by Anonymous||reply 162||04/14/2015|
The Happy Sad is very good. Great to see bisexual male portrayals
|by Anonymous||reply 163||04/14/2015|
Cuatro Luna (Four Moons) is really good. It's about four gay men in different stages of life: adolescence, 20's, 30's and older... So much better then gay movies from the USA. And there is a lot of nudity...
|by Anonymous||reply 164||04/14/2015|
The Happy Sad
|by Anonymous||reply 165||08/20/2015|
I'd recommend Get Real on Netflix.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||08/20/2015|
The Happy Sad has pretty crappy reviews on IMDB...
|by Anonymous||reply 167||08/20/2015|
R166 I liked Get Real a lot, too.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||08/20/2015|
|by Anonymous||reply 169||09/05/2015|
This is slightly weird and off topic, but I figured I'd ask anyway.
Does anyone know about any gay movies featuring two friends (either where one is gay and one is straight, or they're both straight) who fall in love? What I mean is where one or both think they're straight only to discover they're not when they fall for each other?
I want to watch a movie like that, but can't think of any right now.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||10/31/2015|
No Night Is Too Long, based on a Barbara Vine/Ruth Rendell novel. From BBC about 10 years ago. Surprisingly frank sex scenes fr TV, and the suspense s intense.
|by Anonymous||reply 171||10/31/2015|
Room In Rome
|by Anonymous||reply 172||10/31/2015|
r170 Plan B
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