The film’s Incluvie rating is off the charts. It features Black, Muslim, queer, trans humans whose moms hold them up, fight for them, and love them for who they are…making anything possible.
Unlike other documentaries about Princess Diana, Perkins’ film, ‘The Princess’, is an entire documentary consisting of media coverage and public opinion, rather than a typical series of people interviewed with firsthand experience of the Princess. ‘The Princess’ beautifully depicts how we perceive Diana as a media figure rather than a real person, specifically creating her persona as a fairytale figure turned saint and icon.
Films and TV series often tend to misrepresent or not acknowledge bisexual characters, but recent trends show that bi-erasure is now under deserved scrutiny. So, I’m genuinely happy about the direction bi-representation seems to be taking.
Although the budget was a dollar and a dream, Netflix’s ‘First Kill’ managed to gain over 90 million viewing hours and a small cult following. So why was it canceled? Given the trends in series cancellations, it may have been because of the Black and queer protagonists.
Never Have I Ever season 3 is charming and hilarious as it has been in past seasons and still sports a diverse ensemble cast. However, the show doesn’t always treat its marginalized characters that well.
Battles will come and go and queer people do die for their identity and fights for rights, but that doesn’t mean the gays don’t deserve their happy endings in stories.
‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’, the latest from indie powerhouse studio A24, is a great time. Full of dark comedy laughs, great performances, and genuine scares, it’s a perfect addition to modern slasher classics.
Those saying it’s a bad movie simply because it’s bad as a slasher should be reminded that the likes of Jordan and Alexandra often don’t get their tales told, let alone in such major releases helmed by veteran actors like Bacon.
Hitchcock is no stranger to innuendo, as was common in that era, but there was something so sophisticated about his approach to ‘Rope’, and it starts in the first frame.
The Sandman features a plethora of LGBTQ+ characters and is openly expressive about it!