4

Carolyn’s Favourite Gay Movies

Favourite Gay Movies

I have watched a lot of movies in my time, and over the years my tastes have changed with regards to the genres I like. In the past year I have found gay cinema and have become obsessed. What I’ve come to realise is although there is a much smaller pool of movies to choose from, they are as diverse as mainstream films, meaning you will find the crap as well as the amazing. There are also different genres under the gay cinema umbrella; thriller, rom com, erotic, romantic, historical, thought provoking; there’s something for everyone….

Man-of-Steel-poster2

Superman is widely known to be one of the most toughest comic book heroes to translate to the big screen, especially with the hugely popular series of movies starring the late Christopher Reeves. Bryan Singer attempted to re-vitalise the franchise in 2006 with Superman Returns and although this was a commercial success, it was a critical flop. So the pressure was on to make Man of Steel a success. Thankfully, at least for me, the crackerjack team of Christopher Nolan and David S Goyer have created a Superman for this…

star trek into darkness

The second movie out of the gate, in the coveted Summer Movie Season, is the sequel to 2009’s reboot of the popular Sci-Fi series Star Trek. Rather than do a complete remake of the original series of films, Abrams has decided to go down the alternative timeline route, which allows him and his writers to pick which elements they want to re-use and develop it into something a bit fresh. Now, I must confess, I am not a Star Trek fan and can’t remember seeing any of the original films…

Les-Miserables-Movie-Poster

So you’ve just won your first Oscar for The Kings Speech? The movie world is your Oyster. Doors are opened that had previously been closed. So what do you pick as your next project? Not one to sit on his laurels, Tom Hooper opted to take on a project that is beloved by many a musical theatre goer and try his hand at directing Les Misérables. This is a project as far away from The Kings Speech as you could get. And I am pleased to say that Hooper plays…

4

FRIDAY FILM REVIEW: Argo (2012)

argo-UK-poster-405x600

From the very disappointing Skyfall, it is my pleasure to review the surprisingly brilliant, yet vastly understated Argo. This movie needs no flashy gimmics or multimillion pound (or dollar) product placements. No, Argo is one of those films where you leave the cinema with that feeling that you have witnessed a future classic. The premise of the movie reads like those trashy crime/thriller novels, yet the events are in fact based on true events. (Though I wasn’t born at the time the movie is set) During the 1979 uprising/riots in Iran,…

BCC UPDATES DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX

NEW VIDEO

BOOK OF THE MONTH

BOOK OF THE MONTH

Our REVIEW will be up soon, in the meantime, check it out on GOODREADS

ARCHIVES

CURRENTLY READING

Currently Reading

CURRENT AUDIOBOOK

CURRENT AUDIOBOOK

FACEBOOK

GOOGLE+

INSTAGRAM

INSTAGRAM

TUMBLR

TUMBLR

Top 10 2015

Top 10 2015

COPYRIGHT

All content and illustrations Ⓒ Book Chick City unless otherwise stated. This means you shouldn't copy or distribute without our permission!

SEARCH