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Monthly Wallpaper: March 2015 - The Luck of the Irish  »  Movie Dearest
Celebrate the Luck of the Irish all month long with the Movie Dearest Calendar Wallpaper for March!The Emerald Isle is more than leprechauns and shamrocks, it's also the setting for such cinematic greats as The Quiet Man, Barry Lyndon, My Left Foot and Once. But if it's leprechauns you want, try Darby O'Gill and the Little People.All you have to do is click on the picture above to enlarge it, then simply right click your mouse and select "Set as Background". (You can also save it to your computer and set it up from there if you prefer.) The ...
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Posted:  3/1 5:00pm
Reverend's Reviews: Trans, Boys & a Queen  »  Movie Dearest
 Now that Hollywood's award season is finally over after a lackluster Oscars presentation, there are some really interesting new movies opening theatrically this weekend in one city or another. Two of them now playing in Los Angeles, Boy Meets Girl (featuring breakout performances by Michelle Hendley and Z Nation's hot zombie slayer Michael Welch) and Drunktown's Finest (which boasts Robert Redford as executive producer), have strong transsexual characters at their hearts. Both deservedly won numerous awards on last year's film festival circuit and are must-sees for LGBTQ moviegoers.Newly-minted Oscar winner Julianne Moore may well find ...
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Posted:  2/28 5:00am
Reverend’s Review: Judy, Judy, Judy  »  Movie Dearest
When the 2012 Broadway sensation End of the Rainbow made its Los Angeles premiere the following year, I was far from enamored of its no-holds-barred portrayal of musical great Judy Garland a few months prior to her sudden death from a drug overdose in 1969 at the age of 47. Despite a galvanizing, Tony-nominated performance by Tracie Bennett as Garland, Peter Quilter’s play struck me as demeaning and borderline-sensationalistic. It also seems to, strangely, credit Garland's gay fans for simultaneously keeping her career alive while hastening her decline. You can read my review of the LA production ...
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Posted:  2/26 5:00am