Super Gay Movie Review of the Week: Ambrosia

ambrosiaOkay so maybe this isn’t the super gay movie of the week… or the month… or maybe even the year but this is indeed the first Super Gay Movie in a very long damn time.

Now before I go into the actual review I blame myself and Netflix for watching this movie.

See what had happened was I was working on my journals last night and I needed some distraction. So I said “Hey let me watch a lezzie movie on Netflix.” I searched lesbian movie and for some reason this was the only one that came up. There was a hot ethnic (yes I said ethnic) woman on the poster… so I was sold.

Yeah… I know that’s what I get.

Now watching: Ambrosia directed By Baharak Saeid Monir

Plot Snapshot: Fashion professional is being hit on by her lesbian boss… will go for the gay or stay with her man? Continue reading

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Super Gay Movie Review of the Week: Drool

droolThe first time I saw Drool I fell in love. I fell in love with Tabby, the angry, promiscuous teenager who loves to doodle. I loved Anora and her daydreams of a fantasy life in the arms of her fantasy man. But most of all, I loved Imogene, the yummy cosmetics lady who just oozes Southern charm and grace.

I watched it again, as I’ve been known to do, but this time I wanted to be critical…you know, be professional. Alas! I could not find one flaw in this film. It is a must see.

Director Nancy Kissam masterfully creates two very different worlds: The drab and oppressive life of the Fleece family before the arrival of Imogene, and the almost surreal life Anora, Tabby and Little Pete embark upon after Imogene swoops in. Through her Kathy Kay colored lipsticks, eye shadows and night creams Imogene, played by Jill Marie Jones, brings life into Anora’s heart and home.

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If you can, try to imagine: Crazy in Alabama, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and Dancer in the Dark all rolled up into a Lavender Milk night cream and you’ll get Drool.

My mouth is watering just thinking about it.