These openly gay Hollywood figures risked so much by being honest about their sexuality: judgment, loss of employment, hate – even violence and death.
If you haven’t watched Good Trouble yet, you need to. This Foster’s spinoff, aptly named for civil rights champion and Congressman, John Lewis, follows Mariana and Callie Adams Foster as they begin a new chapter of young adulthood and navigate life, careers, social justice, and love.
It’s a cool looking Marvel character right off the page! He’s got these glowing eyes and he just kicks ass everywhere he goes, seemingly impervious to pain.
A smashing sequel to the first Sonic the Hedgehog film that also brings back elements from the popular video game series.
Welcome to the first episode of the Incluvie Movie Highlights! We shine a spotlight on our favorite new movies that stand out for diversity and identity. Is Everything Everywhere All at Once too weird, or just the right amount of weird?
A24 keeps producing amazing films and X belongs with all the brilliant titles under its name. And is definitely a must-watch for a film enthusiast!
Ultimately the problem with The Bubble is that it plays everything for laughs to get around the audience’s defenses. But it comes off like a privileged white male thinking that ridiculing everyone else equally is the road to equality. And it’s not. And it’s definitely not funny to pretend that it is.
This little Netflix film was very inspirational. It passes the Bechdel test, and features a different worldview with rural Indian representation.
KIMI is the main character of this film and as much as I wish it was Angela Childs played by Zoe Kravitz, it isn’t. KIMI is a smart device that works not unlike Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Nest assisting in anything from home purchases to music playing all under the guise of only activating when in use.
Greta Garbo, a queer actress playing a real-life queer Queen is the best of both worlds.