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La boda de Muriel. P.J.Hogan.

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Documentary about making "The Boys in the Band".

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Latter Days

Latter Days [Blu-ray]


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The Boys in the Band (1970) starring Frederick Combs, Leonard Frey, Cliff Gorman, Reuben Greene, Robert La Tourneaux, Laurence Luckinbill, Kenneth Nelson, Keith Prentice & Peter White. 30/11/04

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Reel Charlie reviews - Filmmaker John Sayles with no hesitation continues to be my favorite classic independent American filmmaker. With a nod to Altman, Sayles spent his life creating a depth of stories using ensemble c...

Sunshine State

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First Love at the Movies (Marquee Photo)

This award-winning crowd-pleaser from David Moreton was a huge hit on the gay film fest circuit! Called “a classic gay coming of age story” by The Los Angeles Times, EDGE OF SEVENTEEN is now remastered and re-released in a new director-approved HD restoration. Set in the summer of 1984 in Sandusky, Ohio, teenager Eric Hunter is terrified and exhilarated by his sexual attraction to Rod, a college student and co-worker at a local fast food joint. But, Eric’s sexual awakening is complicated...

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Follows two women from very different backgrounds who find themselves in an unexpected love affair in 1950s New York. As conventional norms of the time challenge their undeniable attraction, an honest story emerges to reveal the resilience of the heart in the face of change. A young woman in her 20s, Therese Belivet (Rooney Mara), is a clerk working in a Manhattan department store and dreaming of a more fulfilling life when she meets Carol (Cate Blanchett), an alluring woman trapped in a...

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First Ab Fab teaser trailer | Reel Charlie

It's cool, it's refreshing, it's absolutely fabulous!

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The Celluloid Closet

Jan Miller Corran, Ph.D., CEO/President of More Than Friends Productions (MTF) pens a great essay, When We See Our Lives on Film over at Epochalips - Smart Lesbian Commentary. From Epochalips, A fe...

When We See Our Lives on Film (Epochalips)

Reel Charlie reviews - Watching Emma Donoghue's adaptation of her novel Room brings me closer to being better prepared for our Oscar prediction program at the library this year. I refuse to see The Revenant - too violent...


Reel Charlie reviews - Enjoyed the Danny Boyle/Aaron Sorkin biopic on Steve Jobs based on Walter Isaacson's book starring Michael Fassbender in the title role, Kate Winslet as Joanna Hoffman, Seth Rogan as Woz, and Jeff ...

Steve Jobs

Reel Charlie's review of Agnes Moorehead and Lenita Lane in The Bat (1959).

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The Bat (take 3)

Reel Charlie's review of Well now I know what all the fuss is over the documentary Amy. Now I know why it's received so many awards and why it's on the short list for the Oscar. The documentary on the life of Amy Winehouse...


Reel Charlie's review of infinitely polar bear

Infinitely Polar Bear

Reel Charlie's review of what happened miss simone

What Happened, Miss Simone?

Reel Charlie's review of Tom McCarthy's (The Station Agent, The Visitor) Spotlight is not only an excellent film, it is an important one. Assembling an outstanding ensemble cast, McCarthy tells the true story of the Boston...


Reel Charlie's review of clouds of sils maria

Clouds of Sils Maria

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Idris Elba on Fatherhood and Hollywood Stereotypes (New York Times)

Reel Charlie's review of tne big short

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The Big Short

Reel Charlie's review of I can't imagine anyone else directing the Patricia Highsmith adaptation of her novel, The Price of Salt. Todd Haynes was born to create Carol. Every moment in Carol quietly tells the simple story o...


reel charlie best of 2015

Reel Charlie's Best of 2015