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Bethany Pruitt is a perpetually perplexed recent high school graduate (valedictorian of her home school class) who dreams of a life like those portrayed in the fashion magazines that serve as her link to the outside [...]
Margaret is a lonely 52-year-old aspiring comedienne with major hangups about past parental abuse and failed love affairs. She works out her issues through her comedy, which broadens thanks to the input of her young neighbor [...]
Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean is lazy pretentious filmmaking and is a waste of time to watch. The film is more like a homosexual hipster’s fantastic imagination of what James Dean’s life was [...]
The Philadelphia QFest (formerly the Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) starts tomorrow (July 7) and runs through Monday July 18 (we already mentioned the festival’s summer 2011 installment of Danger After Dark, which seemed [...]