How the HELL is that even possible? There are so many titles to choose from that its almost impossible to have seen them all. The L Stop crew voted on over titles to come up with our top 10 favorites in order: Review by Vivian Gonzalez Courtesy of wikimedia. I picked up a stack of local newspapers and zines in the school library. I casually flipped through one of the papers, then I saw her face. I paused, wiped the drool off my face and then looked to see what this movie was about.
Oh my god, which one is she? Her name is Piper Parabo. Beautiful, the girl of my dreams. Then I read the description. I called up my best friend, Andrew, and we knew what we had to do. We had to go to gayville aka Boystown, to find this film. It was one of our first trips there and it was exhilarating. My heart was racing and my palms were sweaty the whole time. Then came actually watching the film.
Beautiful, haunting, heart-wrenching, and poetic. It reassured me that this kind of love does exist and others go through it. Best quote of the movie: Because if you move, right, you fall. I thought the actors did a great job, overall.
They made you believe the storyline. But, overall, I think the film did a great job at showcasing a family with same sex parents that live a normal life and raise two children, who are completely normal.
The film follows the relationship between Rachel, Piper Perabo hot! This newlywed bride befriends Luce and eventually becomes infatuated with the florist and begins questioning her sexuality and her marriage. Guzman What can I say about this showcase of a neo-noir-crime-sexy thriller??
The direction of this film is so unique and border line Hitchcockian that is pulls you through the film and drags you inside. I fell in love with Gina Gershon playing Corky I know — stupid name. The chemistry between the actors in this film is spot on — and all I can really say is Gershon in a flannel — drinking a beer with that dangerous mouth of hers had me pushing the pause button for what was surly an unhealthy length of time. This film evolved from a comic strip, into a short film, and finally into a full feature.
While the sex scenes rate too far on the innocent and sweet side for me, the fantasy of an evil villain kidnapping and cuffing me to her bed is enough to put this on the top of my list. The idea of being sent to a camp to be cured of your lesbianism is just hilarious in itself. The 5 step program that they use to cure people sounds great in theory to the hetros that put it together, but of course a camp with a bunch of gays is just going to lead to love and a good dance party.
The set design and costumes are pretty amazing too. There are great love scenes in this movie. Want to enhance your experience? Ironically, some of the movies that were loved by some were equally as despised by others.
Here was our top 10 list of movies to skip: The Kids Are All Right 4. Itty Bitty Titty Committee 6.