Call Me by Your Name is being hailed as a groundbreaking entry into the queer film canon. But like Brokeback Mountain and Moonlight before it, the movie achieves "universal" appeal largely through the drama of masculinity. Warning: spoilers.
Warning: This post contains a bunch of spoilers and intense emotions. Obviously.
It was the most fetch decade for movies.
Wang Chao tells BuzzFeed News he thinks the U.S.' Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision is why his film was approved for theaters despite having a gay romance.
By using spit-lube — or worse, failing to depict lube altogether — in gay male sex scenes, directors are doing a grave disservice to honest representations of gay men.
How well do you remember the most fetch decade ever?
Life in 2005 was ~crazy~.
Do not watch any of these films without an entire box of tissues handy. WARNING: Spoilers and major tears ahead.
The Australian actor would have turned 35 today. Rest In Peace mate.
The late actor talked about his process and family.
Hoping for the best, cowboys.
Sharknado received a 91% on Rotten Tomatoes, so, um, yeah...
Nobody has more chemistry than Walt and Jesse.
George and Jerry: A love story about nothing. (via.)
This is the amazing true story of a young man with a copy of Final Cut Pro, a talent for editing video, and an unbelievably juvenile sense of humor.