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For six seasons, Sarah Jessica Parker became synonymous with playing the phrase “single and ready to mingle” on Sex and the City. Her subsequent non-Sex movie roles have always steered clear of Carrie Bradshaw territory, including her latest DVD offering, I Don’t Know How She Does It. SJP’s character of Kate Reddy is the antithesis [...]

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Glee: The Concert Movie O to the M to the G, the Glee marketing train keeps building steam with this latest inclusion into the show’s journey into giving its fans what they want, more of those McKinley High kids. But, the live footage stars the real-life counterparts of the characters that we have come to [...]

LGBT Weekly’s 2011 media closet gift guide

It’s that time of year when soccer moms get to pushing, shoving and even pepper spraying at Wal-Mart, all in order to get the perfect gifts. Seeing as our community likes to take a decidedly different tack and deliver a sack full of goodies to their loved ones, without bodily harm being involved – shouldn’t [...]

Wild things: I think I love you

Writer/director J.J. Abrams’ Super 8 is like a throwback to the days when kids, and adults alike, looked forward to the next summer movie-going event that film auteur Steven Spielberg would unleash upon the masses. So, it should come as no surprise that Spielberg serves as the producer of this homage to days-gone-by; when kids [...]

Catholic church reignites old M.O. with anti-gay website

San Diego gay: LGBT WEEKLY | Marriage for a Reason

A new website dubbed Marriage for a Reason was launched Monday by the Catholic church, premiering first at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) fall symposium. The site is aimed to educate Catholics and non-Catholics about the “essentials” of marriage. The frequently asked question, “Why can’t marriage be “redefined” to include two men [...]

Viewing pleasures: Summer cinematic heroics now on DVD

Remember way back in 1984, when Bonnie Tyler informed us musically on the Footloose soundtrack that “I Need A Hero?” Well, she must have been beside herself this summer with so many cinematic heroics to choose from. Let’s just say there were some good efforts, and at least one celluloid case of “better luck next [...]

Viewing pleasures: ‘Big Love’ collector’s sets

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Eight films comprise the two-disc collection, or as they are known by their singular titles Big Lesbian Love Collector’s Set and Big Gay Love Collector’s Set. Being a gentleman, let’s take a ladies first approach, as we break down these favorite films for the sapphic set. These four distinct looks at love kick off with [...]

Viewing, reading and listening pleasures

Sucker-Punch-girls

Do you like the film genre known as “teenage runaways who become prostitutes” with characters named Cookie and a pimp named Duke? How about unearthed and all-but-forgotten, work by actresses and actors that have gone on to award show glory? Or, perhaps, another female-based genre, simply known as “chicks who kick a**” is more or [...]

The Media Closet

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viewing pleasures Three movies with music underscoring their plotlines have made their way to the high quality promised land, known as Blu-Ray. The first two are full-fledged musicals that celebrate the big band era of the 1940s in a great metropolitan city and the dawning of the Age of Aquarius two decades later, while the [...]

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