Director Brandon Deyette (who also wrote, and stars as Josh) is hardly a visual maestro. But then, he doesn't have to be -- he's just hosting conversations.
The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus opens the iconic pages of the John Lennon and Paul McCartney songbook for its big summer show, "Imagine." More than 200 singers and dancers will bring to life the music of the legendary songwriters.
After finding a VHS tape of the fictional movie "Fargo," Kumiko sets out on a desperate and futile mission to retrieve a briefcase full of money buried by one of the film's characters.
Lee loves Will, but Will... well, he's confused.
If you're young and want to see your doubts and anxieties represented (or, for some reason, want to remember what being young was like), then this is a film for you.
Sometimes "Guidance" can come from the least likely of places in this comedy of faking it until you make it.
The seductive icon wowed the Bowl with his legendary smile and trademark voice proving at 75, he's still got what it takes to make the ladies swoon.
Marjorie Sturm's compelling new documentary uncovers troubled LGBT writer JT LeRoy's masterworks, and the unspeakable "truths" he was harboring.
Shot with lovely cinematography, "How to Win At Checkers" is emotionally complex and bittersweet.
Comparisons to "Y Tu Mamá También" are inevitable, but they are not going to favor this tepid and dramatically flat movie.