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RuPaul Picks America's Next Drag Superstar... Virtually

Larry Kramer Used Voice, Pen to Raise Consciousness on AIDS

Nothing, not even COVID-19, was going to keep RuPaul from crowning America's next drag superstar.

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Review: This Film Hits 'The High Note'

Review: This Film Hits 'The High Note'

By Kevin Taft | May 29
Despite a formulaic plot, the winning cast and snappy script will leave charmed audiences on a "high note."

Review: "The Vast of Night" is a Charming, Original, Offbeat Thriller

Review: "The Vast of Night" is a Charming, Original, Offbeat Thriller

By Kevin Taft | May 29
A charming, off-beat thriller, "The Vast of Night" imagines what might happen if Rory Gilmore lived in the '50s and came across a message from outer space.

With A Gay Protagonist, Pixar Short 'Out' Makes History

With A Gay Protagonist, Pixar Short 'Out' Makes History

By Jake Coyle | May 29
"Out" is a small movie on a streaming service, not one of Pixar's global blockbusters. But it has already had an outsized impact and been celebrated as a milestone.

Anti-GLTBQ Group One Million Moms Seized by Vapors Over Gay-Themed Pixar Short Film 'Out'

Anti-GLTBQ Group One Million Moms Seized by Vapors Over Gay-Themed Pixar Short Film 'Out'

By Kilian Melloy | May 28
Someone grab the smelling salts! Anti-LGBTQ group One Million Moms has noticed that Pixar has made a gay-themed short film called "Out" that's streaming now at Disney+.

OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival Keeps Community Connected

OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival Keeps Community Connected

May 28
Bars shuttered. Curfews enacted. But OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival goers are sipping cocktails and voguing in their living rooms.

NASA Chief 'All In' for Tom Cruise to Film on Space Station

NASA Chief 'All In' for Tom Cruise to Film on Space Station

By Marcia Dunn | May 27
NASA is rolling out the International Space Station's red carpet for Tom Cruise to make a movie in orbit.

Review: Now in 4K, 'The Deer Hunter' Remains A Poignant Reflection on Violence and The Male Psyche

Review: Now in 4K, 'The Deer Hunter' Remains A Poignant Reflection on Violence and The Male Psyche

By Sam Cohen | May 26
Michael Cimino's Vietnam War epic "The Deer Hunter" is now available on 4K Blu-ray from Shout Factory with a stunning new video presentation. This is the best the film has looked at home.

Review: Witness the Birth of a Cinematic Legend with Criterion's 'Scorsese Shorts'

Review: Witness the Birth of a Cinematic Legend with Criterion's 'Scorsese Shorts'

By Greg Vellante | May 26
This new compilation of Scorsese short films by The Criterion Collection is a must-have for any collector and Scorsese admirer.

Review: 'Husbands' Astounds, Frustrates, and Fascinates

Review: 'Husbands' Astounds, Frustrates, and Fascinates

By Greg Vellante | May 26
John Cassavetes' "Husbands" is an uncomfortable watch, to say the least. At nearly 2½ hours, the film covers plenty of ground in its scathing portrait of American masculinity at its most fragile.

Review: In 'Dance, Girl, Dance,' Snappy Dialogue and Breathless Musical Numbers Thrill, Surprise,,, and Depress

Review: In 'Dance, Girl, Dance,' Snappy Dialogue and Breathless Musical Numbers Thrill, Surprise,,, and Depress

By Sam Cohen | May 26
Starring Maureen O'Hara and Lucille Ball, the 1940 musical drama "Dance, Girl, Dance" deserves your attention, with a new Blu-ray release from the Criterion Collection.

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