Screen adaptation of the hit stage play. a must watch!
The History Boys
(2006) Starring:Jack Bagley, Samuel Anderson, Richard Griffiths Director:Nicholas Hytner Certificate:
Comedy adapted from the play by Alan Bennett. Eight bright, funny history students in the mid 1980s are pursuing an undergraduate place at the country's two finest universities. Their headmaster is obsessed with breaking into the ranks of those schools that regularly send boys up to Oxford and ..read more »
Jake Gyllenhall and Heath Ledger star in this moving story
(2005) Starring:Scott Michael Campbell, Randy Quaid, Linda Cardellini Director:Ang Lee Certificate:
Drama from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ang Lee starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger. Set against the sweeping vistas of Wyoming and Texas, the film tells the story of two young men - a ranch-hand and a rodeo cowboy - who meet in the summer of 1963, and unexpectedly forge a lifelong ..read more »
low budget but interesting story. Roger Daltrey hams up his performance
Like It Is(1998) Starring:Roger Daltrey, Steve Bell, Ian Rose Director:Paul Oremland Certificate:
Young and confused about his sexuality, Craig (Steve Bull) runs away from his Blackpool home to escape the violent underworld of drug dealing and bare knuckle fighting. He travels to London and meets up with record producer Matt (Ian Rose), a man with whom he once had an affair, but finds ..read more »
Cowboys And Angels
(2003) Starring:Allen Leech, Michael Legge, Amy Shiels Director:David Gleeson Certificate:
Coming-of-age romantic drama, set in Ireland. Shane (Michael Legge) is a shy civil servant who wants to strike out on his own. He meets gay student Vincent (Allen Leech) while looking for a flatmate, and the two young men become friends. Outgoing Vincent helps Shane overcome his shyness, to the ..read more »
comedy about a straight guy who pretends to be gay to attract more women, very funny
(2004) Starring:Emily Brooke Hands, Ryan Carnes, Jim Verraros Director:G. Allan Brocka Certificate:
Gay-interest comedy. After splitting up with his promiscuous girlfriend, Caleb (Scott Lunsford) is convinced he's never going to meet the right girl. His gay best friend Kyle (Jim Verraros) convinces him that the best way to snare the beautiful Gwen (Emily Stiles) is by pretending to be gay himself...read more »
(2003) Starring:Rebekah Johnson, Wes Ramsey, Khary Payton Director:C. Jay Cox Certificate:
Christian is the typical LA gay boy: hot tanned body, gorgeous looks, and a taste for the one-night stand. By day, he waits tables at the quaint Lila's where his sexual conquests are frequently discussed with his co-workers. One day, new tenants move into Christian's apartment complex-four young ..read more »
American Pie spoof. all the stereotypes you can imagine plus a pie?
Another Gay Movie
(2006) Starring:Graham Norton, Matthew Rush, Jonathan Chase Director:Todd Stephens Certificate:
Gay interest comedy spoof. When four young gay friends make a pact to lose their virginity by the end of the summer, they find themselves caught up in all sorts of outrageous situations, involving oversized sex toys, naked celebrities, masochistic teachers, and even Graham Norton.
(2002) Starring:Larry Sullivan, Steve Braun, Ray Baker Director:Miles Swain Certificate:
An ambitiously epic gay romance that traces the course of two men from their initial meeting as teenagers in 1973 until 1984. The time is the socially turbulent 1970s when radical politics and the emerging gay rights movement clashed with the rigidly conservative establishment.
From the director of 'kids' comes this movie based on real life events including murder sex and drugs
(2001) Starring:Kelli Garner, Rachel Miner, Bijou Phillips Director:Larry Clark Certificate:
Based on real events, Larry Clark's film tells the story of a group of Florida teenagers who murder one of their number and dump his body in the Everglades. Marty (Brad Renfro) and Bobby (Nick Stahl) have been been hanging around together since they were young kids, with Bobby continually bullying ..read more »