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Summertime also supplies a considerably important history lesson on how the Women's Rights Movement was intertwined with the battle against homophobia.
The Brazilian director Gabriel Mascaro's Neon Bull was highly touted by The Times "'Neon Bull,' With Creatures Great and
Sure, sure, "The Matrix" popularized the bullet-time phenomenon and cinema was never the same again. Yes, fine, Plato and
While filming explicit sex continues to bear the damning label of pornography, its narrative value becomes obvious when a "serious" film ventures to include it, yet fails to consider it's meaning -- or to share that meaning with its audience.
We're talking erections, penetration and ejaculation here. The big EPE, as it's known in the trade, is what turns an X-rated movie into triple-X fare. We're talking erections, penetration and ejaculation here. The big EPE, as it's known in the trade, is what turns an X-rated movie into triple-X fare.
Netflix's arsenal of ready-to-watch TV shows and movies changes every week. Titles run out of contract, and new ones are
The National Society of Film Critics gave "Inside Llewyn Davis" an awards boost it needed greatly if it wants to remain amid
I went into Reaching For the Moon as blind as could be, having never heard of Elizabeth Bishop, her poetry, Lota de Macedo Soares, or the creation of Flamengo Park, and I left totally curious and enthralled by all of it.
In a world where women have a history of getting the shit stick, we're more sensitive to it when women let that image go. We protect women because they're more typically the ones being penetrated, rather than doing the penetration. The same goes for film.
9. "Stranger by the Lake" (TIE) 5. "Frances Ha" 3. "Blue is the Warmest Color" 8. "The Selfish Giant" Here's the complete
Testing must be made relevant to the everyday lives of teen and 'tween girls. What are their actual dreams and aspirations? Let's take a cue from GoldieBlox and design math tests "from the female perspective."
From my perspective, none of those scenes really contributed to the overall storyline of the piece which, in and of itself, could have been much more engaging. Less filler, more conflict.
I respectfully, wholeheartedly disagree with the graphic novel's author, Julie Maroh, who has stated that director Abdellatif Kechiche's heteronormative perspective results in a "mechanical" and "brutal" sex scene that lacks lesbian authenticity.
The 7-minute lesbian sex scene in the new film "Blue Is the Warmest Color" has a lot of people talking. It also has a lot of lesbians outraged by the film's portrayal of lesbian sex. Sapphic experts weigh in on HuffPost Live.
Director Abdellatif Kechiche filmed the 10-minute lesbian sex scene in "Blue Is the Warmest Color" between two straight actresses
She is totally unprepared for the coup de foudre that strikes her when she first sees the blue-haired Emma, an upscale college student from the nearby school of fine arts. Or is she?
This begs the questions: why is everyone fawning over this movie? Are we so sexually illiterate in film that we feel the need to jump at any portrayal of deviant sexualities -- in this case homosexuality -- and deem them "brilliant" simply because of the subject matter?
Freud was responsible for the term penis envy. But is there vagina envy--an emotion that some males might be prone to experience
Abdellatif Kechiche's Blue is the Warmest Color begins with a discussion of Marivaux's The Virtuous Orphan: Or, The Life
Under no circumstances will I call Blue Is the Warmest Color a "lesbian" film. Does that matter? I think so, particularly since the film has generated stories of on-set sadism that smack of over a century of movies made by men well-schooled in the cruel manipulation of women.