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Unbreakable Tituss Burgess

Unlike his character on the hit comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Tituss Burgess keeps finding new ways to succeed. Tituss Burgess is not in character today. He’s on hiatus from...

REVIEW: Saint Laurent

In this gorgeous, French-language film about the life of iconic fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, every frame drips with languid elegance as crushingly handsome Gaspard Ulliel...

Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche Shine in “Clouds of Sils Maria”

Juliette Binoche plays a famous actress. Kristen Stewart stands by as her faithful assistant. And French writer-director Olivier Assayas delivers a sparkling English-language film...

Salt of the Earth

For a film that consists largely of sustained shots of still images (zooming and panning across them in the style of Ken Burns), Salt of the Earth is remarkably riveting....

Looking Recap (2.10): Looking for Home

It’s the episode that launched a thousand uncomfortable conversations about Grindr in gay households all across the nation – join Paul Hagen for the Season 2 finale of...

Into the Woods

Stephen Sondheim’s beloved fairy-tale mash-up about the quest for “happily ever after” adapts to the screen remarkably well....

Looking Recap (2.9): Looking for Sanctuary

Celebrate family dysfunction and making drastic life changes with Paul Hagen and the latest episode of Looking....

Looking Recap (2.8): Looking for Glory

Paul Hagen asks you to a Gay Video Game Convention Prom with him in the love-soaked latest episode of Looking....

Looking Recap (2.7): Looking for a Plot

Paul Hagen is so sorry to inform you that Looking has experienced a death in the family....

Looking Recap (2.6): Looking for Gordon Freeman

Paul Hagen wants you to brush out your best wig and join him for a very Looking Halloween, Lookers!...

Looking Recap (2.5): Looking for Truth

Paul Hagen is almost as traumatized by Looking Season Two, Episode Five as Richie was by his childhood. Previously on Looking… Dom was SHOCKED that Quantum Lynn couldn’t...

A Review of the Film Adaptation of “The Last Five Years”

A review of the film adaptation of The Last Five Years starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan, directed and adapted for the screen by Richard LaGravenese from the musical by...