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    On a similar note, I think that the Tom Ford adaptation of A Single Man is pretty great. Is that passé? It probably is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uskidsknow View Post
    Posted this in the film forum too, but saw Weekend yesterday and it blew me away. I can't imagine any gay guy not finding some part of themselves in one of the two protagonists. The characters are so fully realized and well written. I think it's a revelation and could totally change the scope of gay male depictions in cinema. I hope it finds the audience it deserves.
    I'd really like to see Weekend, but can't find it for purchase or download online. Any ideas where I should look?
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    I was pleased to find that I Love You, Philip Morris was on Netflix on demand the other day. I absolutely ADORED it! I nearly spit out my beer at the line, "Being gay is REALLY expensive."
    Sometimes I think the so-called "experts" actually are experts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallbluething View Post
    I was pleased to find that I Love You, Philip Morris was on Netflix on demand the other day. I absolutely ADORED it! I nearly spit out my beer at the line, "Being gay is REALLY expensive."
    I loved that movie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by befori View Post
    I'd really like to see Weekend, but can't find it for purchase or download online. Any ideas where I should look?
    Weekend is on Netflix Instant in the US now!

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    Thanks. I got Netflix just to watch this and am glad I did. It was a wonderful movie which very much reminded me of a nearly exact moment in my life, though it lasted a month, not a weekend, and I was the one going away.

    Great movie!
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    I really enjoyed these films:

    CRAZY

    J'ai tué ma mère


    Mambo italiano


    Ma vie en rose

    Beginners
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    I thought CRAZY was really really great.

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    Tim Fish's comics, specifically, the Cavalcade of Boys graphic novels, are as charming and funny as they are witty and whip-smart.



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    Huffpost did a write up on a new photobook that explores the Art of Cruising.. I'd include photos with this post, but, yeah, they are kind of NSFW.
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    CRAZY is really great , I loved this movie and Marc-André Grondin is HOT

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    ^ it really is rather good isn't it? I watched a handful of gay movies recently, and they were all rather shockingly bad, so when a good one surfaces it seems even better as a result, but C.R.A.Z.Y. is absolutely wonderful. One of my brothers bought it for me for Xmas one year, and I've re-watched it a few times.

    Speaking of French-Canadian gay-themed movies, I have J'ai Tué Ma Mère sitting downloaded waiting to be watched. And yes, both Marc-André Grondin and Xavier Dolan are beautiful, beautiful men.

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    Watched Weekend for the 7th time. I think I have a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyland View Post
    Watched Weekend for the 7th time. I think I have a problem.
    I really hoped it'd be on Netflix here when it launched, but it's not. Major sadness, as I've heard a lot of good reports about the movie, and I wanted to see it for myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Queen Up In Pumps View Post
    Tim Fish's comics, specifically, the Cavalcade of Boys graphic novels, are as charming and funny as they are witty and whip-smart.
    Mario, I keep meaning to check out Cavalcade! I take it I should really get around to that?
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