See this documentary about a strange, true tale and ponder the nature of human reality -- not just in our electronic age, but over all of time.
What truly makes the film soar is Jonathan Gordon who is so adorable and endearing that even Charlie's bad choices seem right. He keeps us interested and invested in his journey.
The movie has a great heart and clearly shows that Cheng has great promise as a new filmmaker, but Ang Lee he is not. To be fair, this entertaining, feel-good film with everyone living happily ever after should be judged on its own merits.
America's "Past" Drag Superstar's life is chronicled in Alex Berry's new gender bending bio pic.
If only this IFC Films feature weren't so frustratingly vague with regard to its plot, it'd be destined for a large fan following.
We're used to the meme of the triple burden of being black, gay, and Christian. But what about the even more burdensome proposition of being black, gay, and Muslim -- in post-9/11 America?
Take a trip into the world of BDSM with this follow-up to "Heterosexual Jill."