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‘Bros’ Isn’t Perfect, But It’s Important — and Hopefully a Sign of More to Come

Bros — the first studio-produced gay rom-com directed by Nicholas Stoller and co-written by its star Billy Eichner — is not, and cannot be, all things to all people. Self-aware to a fault, the film reminds us throughout its run time that the gay community is too diverse for one[…]

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5 Travel Hair Styling Tips for On-the-Go Guys

Anyone who travels regularly knows that every inch counts… especially when it comes to your luggage. With flight delays and airport overcrowding, managing to get everything you need into a ‘carry-on and one personal item’ is a win. So when defining your essential travel hair styling needs, it’s important to pack[…]

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‘Moonage Daydream’ Is Both Too Much David Bowie and Not Nearly Enough

Is it possible — in a film about David Bowie — to have both too much of him and not nearly enough? This is the conundrum posed by Brett Morgen’s immersive, impressive and maddening documentary Moonage Daydream. The film is less documentary and more celebration event: a happening. Given access[…]

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Saccharine Biopic ‘Gigi & Nate’ Is Saved by Two Powerhouse Female Performances

Inspirational / aspirational movies are too good for me. If I get a whiff of anything sullied with a moral lesson (faith-based or otherwise), I recoil. By that measure, Nick Hamm’s Gigi & Nate – about the relationship between Nate (Charlie Rowe), a young quadriplegic, and Gigi, his capuchin monkey service animal[…]

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