Out Now: McGregor And Plummer Are Beginners, Fratboys, Farmboys, West Side Story, And More!

This week’s releases explore the vagaries of the gay heart, from teen awakenings in Harvest to collegiate fumblings in Longhorns to a late-in-life blossoming in Beginners (above).

Oh yeah, and West Side Story!


NEXT: A gay father teaches his grown son some new tricks in Beginners.


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  • scribe31

    thank you queerty for posting movies about gay life, please keep it up

  • Cam

    Longhorns was billed as a raunchy Porky’s type movie, but was actually more in depth than that. It was better than it’s description and the audience really liked it in the theater at the festival.

  • MikeE

    I do hope you realize that “How do you solve a problem like Maria” is not West Side Story, but The Sound of Music, right?

    If not, we MAY have to revoke your gay union card.

  • Eric in Chicago

    Out of the 14 movies I saw at the GLBT film fest in Chicago – Longhorns was one of the weakest. Despite a couple good performances (Dylon Vox) is very good – overall it’s pretty lame and doesn’t match up to the promise of an 80’s style teen comedy. Also they placed it in the 80’s which is ambitious for a low budget film but it made parts of it unbelievable when the settings did’t match the time period. (that was NOT an 80’s kitchen in the cabin!).

    I would suggest you check out MORGAN (sweet romance about a gay man in a wheelchair), THE GREEN (drama about a teacher accused of pedophelia), AUGUST (a sexy film about connecting with an old love) and GOING DOWN IN LA LA LAND. (a cautionary tale of finding fame in LA).

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