Are you a 13 year-old white boy who comes from a middle-income family? Are you terrified of your sexuality (whatever that is) and the world in general? Then you are going to love this movie.
This may be a generation-gap comedy, but it's best described as another Noah Baumbach movie.
It's a bit too ingratiating: "Home" is ultimately about entire universes being united by the sounds of Rihanna.
This is joyous, pastel-colored, Hollywood-influenced filmmaking - not one of Fox's typical coming-out melodramas, but a delectable delight instead.
The nonsensical plot, overly cloying dialogue, and lack of any kind of supplemental feature render this Anchor Bay Blu-ray to a non-recommendation.
In Kornél Mundruczó's gloomy take on his homeland, it's a dog's life for hound and human alike.
Handsome to look at, but saddled with tonally inconsistent plot points and performances, "Serena" falls short, and falls flat.
The surprising ending is as bizarre as the rest of this wonderfully absurdist comedy, and finishes the whole ridiculous movie on a high note.
Writer-director David Au treads some well-worn paths in this movie, but it's still a sweetly enticing fable about the oft-frayed ties of family and friendship.
Gasque's movie is about two brothers, now adults, who've taken different paths through the gay lifestyle.