Dump ‘Bachelorette,’ a crass girlie rom-com 2012 is shaping up to be the summer when the movies embraced male strippers, first with Magic Mike and now, Bachelorette. We’re not complaining. Though, come to think about it, we kinda are. Sure, we liked seeing Andrew Rannells (just days before his debut in The New Normal) shake [...]
Gay director Jamie Travis makes feature bow with the potty humor of ‘’ Bridesmaids’ Last year’s hit Bridesmaids showed that women can get as down and dirty in a comedy with bathroom humor and outrageous antics as the boys can. But the new comedy For a Good Time, Call…, opening Friday, may take that notion [...]
R-Patts sparkles in a different way for Cronenberg’s bizarro urban nightmare ‘Cosmopolis’ STEVEN LINDSEY | Contributing Writer email@example.com Watching Cosmopolis, director David Cronenberg’s latest exercise in the bizarre, it’s hard not to picture legions of Twilight-addicted ‘tweens, whose mothers weren’t paying attention when their daughters asked them to buy tickets to the R-rated film, screaming [...]
Stocking up on some home DVD/Blu-ray viewing — with lots of gay appeal It’s Labor Day weekend, the time when Hollywood tends to slough off its lesser releases in order to burn off the remaining detritus from the blockbusters of summer and cleanse the palate, so it were, for the “prestige” pictures that tend to [...]
Indie comedies tend to suffer from two shortcomings: First, the filmmakers think their clever wit is hilarious and unique, even when it isn’t; and second, they tend to lack a big-name draw to justify getting it made even if the script is thin. When it’s at the same time both, it’s an uphill battle [...]
The Bourne series was about as hetero as any movie can be without Jenna Jameson. Was. The odd hybrid The Bourne Legacy — part sequel, part reboot — introduces some hunky beefcake (including an opening shirtless scene with gay fave Jeremy Renner) and tweaks up the queer appeal. If only Tony Gilroy were as slick [...]
Marie Antoinette indulges in something other than cake in ‘Farewell, My Queen’ ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor The historic line on Marie Antoinette, the Austrian royal who became the last queen of France, before losing her head after the revolution, is that she was so frivolous, pampered and detached from her subjects, she couldn’t even [...]
Gina Gershon sat down with our Chris Azzopardi to discuss her crotch close-up in the new Killer Joe and how it’s cool to play gay now.
The summer’s most anticipated blockbuster — and most promising homoerotic face-off — opens wide Friday, with sexy deviant Bane, played by Tom Hardy, having to match villainy with late Oscar winner Heath Ledger. Does he do it? Read Arnold Wayne Jones’ review at DallasVoice.com. This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition July 20, 2012.
I’m not sure how dark of a knight Batman is, but director-writer Christopher Nolan certainly seems to be comfortable with his dark side