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Kinky Boots, Movie Trailer

Charles Price may have grown up in his father’s place. Yet, the untimely death of his father places him in that position, only to learn that Price & Sons Shoes is failing. Charles has a chance to meet with the flamboyant drag queen cabaret singer, Lola. Lauren, Charles’ ex-employees, who have been working together to make a business, make sure that they have the right to work. Lola is convinced

Transamerica, Movie Trailer

The journey Huffman takes one in TRANSAMERICA. Ms. Huffman ‘s performance as a “man into a woman” played by a woman in a miracle and a triumphant movie performance that an audience should fully understand the brilliance of an actor Bree becomes on the screen. Please, give Felicity Huffman the Oscar NOW !!! And, The young, brilliant actor, Kevin Zegers, as Toby, commands the role as Bree’s last in TRANSAMERICA

Eating Out, Movie Trailer

The fastest way to make a gay best friend. Caleb (Scott Lunsford), Kyle (American Idol’s Jim Verraros), a hunky poly-sci major fresh off a breakup with the aggressive Tiffany, is shocked when his gay roommate they want. Gwen (Emily Stiles), a smart-mouthed cutie with a penchant for boys who like boys. Soon Caleb realizes his plan is not as simple as he first thought. . . . At Gwen’s urging,

Beautiful Boxer, Movie Trailer

Rising even higher than the greatest expectations. , given the extravagant epics that yearly grow in popularity. This work of art is simply stunning in content, in direction, in acting, and in heartfelt simplicity of message. This is a great one! Writer / director Ekachai Uekrongtham AKA Nong Toom, a famous Thai athlete Muay Thai boxer (better known as ‘kick boxer’ – a demanding, dangerous sport) who entered the world

Far from Heaven, Movie Trailer

Todd Haynes’ Far From Heaven, a homage to the 1950s melodramas of Douglas Circus, is an exquisitely crafted film of beauty and grace. The world that Haynes creates is so meticulously detailed that one almost forgets that movie isn’t fifty years old. Julianne Moore deserves an Academy Award for every portrait of Cathy Whitaker, a homemaker whose idyllic life begins to disintegrate when she learns that her husband is gay.