queerguru reviews LANDLINE

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queerguru reviews Landline an enchanting comic tale about learning to negotiate a landscape in a family where sisters can be best friends and even distant parents can be human after all. With such an exceptional talented cast, this is very definitely one of the more compelling romantic comedies of the season.

From Amazon Studios and screening at Waters Edge Cinema #PTOWN

Filmed by Roger Walker-Dack for queerguru.tv 



queerguru reviews A Very Sordid Wedding

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Its been some 17 years since Del Shores’s movie Sordid Lives played for a record-breaking 96 weeks at the Palm Springs Movie Theater. Mainstream audiences elsewhere may have dismissed the movie all too quickly, but it wasn’t long before it became a beloved gay cult classic that even spurned a prequel TV series.

The plot is of course preposterous, but anyway its quite inconsequential and just a set-up for these larger-than-life characters to be outrageously rude to each other in the most hilarious fashion.

Reviewed by Roger Walker-Dack for ‘queerguru reports’ on PTV’s Channel 99.



queerguru reviews Norman The Moderate Rise & Tragic Fall of a NY Fixer

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It’s been a few years since Richard Gere ‘carried’ a movie as the main star, and it is so good to see him back in a role that suits him so well. He plays Norman Oppenheimer a very likable pushy chancer who is always convinced that the biggest break of his life, is always around the corner, and he is almost right .  Several times.

queerguru reviews Norman : The Moderate Rise & Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer, from Sony Pictures Classic, for ‘queerguru reports’ on PTV’s Channel 99.

 

 



queerguru reviews Their Finest & talks to director Lone Scherfig

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queerguru reviews Lone Scherfig’s new movie THEIR FINEST a rather charming romantic comedy set in London in Blitz in the 1940’s is essentially a tale of an accidental feminist who single-handedly saved the British film industry and boosted the flagging morale of the war-torn country’s population.

Filmed by Roger Walker-Dack for ‘queerguru reports’ on PTV’s Channel 99

 

queerguru also caught up with Lone Scherfig to talk about the movie during Miami Film Festival in February : apologies for the poor sound as the interview was held in very packed and noisy room at The Standard.

Filmed for queerguru reports for PTV’s Channel 99 by Douglas C. Lance of www.fotonoggin.com

 



queerguru reviews The Sense of An Ending

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queerguru reviews Indian filmmaker Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox) sophomore movie which is an adaption of Julian Barnes’s best-selling award-winning novel The Sense of An Ending. With a really stellar Brit cast led by Oscar winner Jim Broadbent and Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling this quintessentially English story about regret and remission is a wee gem of a movie

Filmed for PTV : screening at Waters Edge Cinema, Provincetown.



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