DVD: “Skyfall,” “Bully,” “Perks Of Being A Wallflower,” And More


This week is bursting with fantastic home entertainment: Daniel Craig’s 007 returns in one of the best Bond films yet and openly queer Ezra Miller plays Emma Watson’s charismatic gay brother in the acclaimed The Perks of Being A Wallflower.

Documentary Bully chronicles the brutal harassment faced by today’s adolescents, while the Dardenne Brothers’ naturalistic The Kid With A Bike charts a heartbroken boy’s search for the father who abandoned him.

On the international front, late gay Monty Python member Graham Chapman is re-animated—literally—in A Liar’s Autobiography, while Argentina’s Sexual Tension: Volatile, presents six erotic tales of homo and homoerotic hijinks.

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  • MikeE

    “gripping piece of modern neorealism that never condescends or resorts to sentimental Hollywood parlor tricks.”


    sorry, you mean a film that resorts to all of the crassest of French cinema’s pitiful stereotypes?

  • 2eo

    @MikeE: I read that and couldn’t get past the ridiculous ego blowjob Lawrence gave himself when he thought of it.

    Surprised it didn’t descend into a full rant about how Herzog and Kurosawa on their own are better than anything anyone in the west has ever produced. So I guess he gets kudos for that.

    He also scores points for not going on and on about David Lynch.

  • David G.

    SKYFALL – Worst.Bond.Ever!

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