The film did okay at the box office, but for critics no dice.
To understand it many needed to watch it more than twice.
Many said the plot is too muddy, and the scenes are too bloody.
That's rough buddy.
It’s stated quite obviously in the text, dear.
Five of them are having a Madonna dance party and one is listening to an audiobook. Duh.
Honestly, sometimes it feels like you people don’t bother reading the descriptions.
Do any hypothetical questions ever make sense?
Now don’t be all in a huff because you didn’t bother reading.
That’s what audiobooks are for.
There is no multi-track drifting option. Your poll is bad and you should feel bad!
But if it isn't called "multi-track drifting" why even bother?
And yes, it's approved by the powers that be!
Probably. Anyway, it's Ltin Corporation's fault.
Go haunt him, specter of the imaginary being known as the platypus.
A poll on some of the finest LGBT films I have had the pleasure of seeing over the past few months. Out of several hundred (it was a bit of a rabbit hole), these were some of the best. Not the best, which will come in a later poll, but nevertheless each entertaining, thought provoking, or beautifully made in its own way. Do you have any thoughts on the listed films? Do you think there are better ones out there? What are your opinions on the representation of queer people and culture in media, and how do you think it could improve to more fully represent the diversity of life on screen?
Also, if you dislike D.E.B.S., we may need to have a talk.
DON'T MAKE ME GET MY SHOTGUN.
STAY IN SCHOOL, DRINK YOUR MILK. BE A RAPSCALLION BUT FAR AWAY FROM MY PROPERTY.