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Gay Themed Films


Dear Lovelies,

Heres a list of gay-themed movies we’ve complied between my creepy vast knowledge of homomovies, and all your awesome submissions. Hope this list fills all of your rainy days with gaiety ;)

And, as always.. if you submit, we’ll take it all and add it up. 


Do Comeco ao Fim: This movie dealt with a lot of taboo topics. Brothers in love. WARNING: very graphic

Make the Yuletide Gay: Boy forced to go back into the closet when visiting family for the holidays. But then his boyfriend shows up. DRAMA~

L’homme que j’aime: a gay swimmer falls for a straight guy

Presue Rein: two boys spening their summer at the beach fall for each other

Shortbus: about a bunch of different people and their sex lives, one couple is gay have have lots and lots of sex.

Sommersturm: two best friends realize that might feel more for each other than just friendship

Coffee Date: Todd’s life spins out of control when an unexpected friendship with a gay man causes everyone in his life to start believing he’s gay.

Le Temps Qui Reste: a gay fashion photographer is diagnosed with cancer

Beautiful Thing: coming of age/coming out story of two british boys

Mambo Italiano: Just like “my big fat greek wedding”. But italian. And gay. So funny!

Tan lines:  When the gay brother of a friend arrives in town, straight sufring party boy has hardcore sexual awakening.

NAPOLA; Before the Fall: though not blatantly homosexual, this movie explores the homoerotic relationship between to boys in a Nazi academy. Its one of my favorites.

Another gay movie: a group of friends make a pact to lose their virginity before the summer ends. Theres. So. Much. Sex. In. This. Movie.

Broken Hearts Club: just a must see gay movie.

Boy Culture: about a male hustler who refuses to fall in love

A Home at the End of the World: Colin Farrell is so cute in this movie, but in addition to his face, the movie deals with interesting aspects of love, a relationship and monogamy.

Twist: a gay update on “oliver twist” theres one line in this movie that’s always stuck with me. They compared the main character’s pure beauty to Michaelangelo’s david.

Edge of Seventeen: high schooler struggles with his homosexuality, gets his cherry popped by a guy he works with, who then loses interest. It’s a sweet movie- very endearing.

Brokeback Mountain: … I wish I could quit you

Shelter: a “straight” guy couldn’t follow his dreams because of family responsibilities, finds love with a gay ex-classmate. Cliché, but good none the less.

Latter Days: ONE OF MY FAVORITE GAY MOVIES. YOU NEED TO WATCH IT. (available for instant watch on netflix.. now you have no excuse)

Line of Beauty: Based on the novel of the same name by one of my favorite authors, alan hollinghurst. Basically, Nick Guest struggles to hide his homosexuality while simultaneously trying to find love in the 80s in the UK. The ending of the book made me cry, and the movie is a reasonable adaptation.

Yossi and Jagger: Basically, two men in the Israeli army fall in love. The movie had the potential to be great, but it was too short and didn’t allowe the viewer to fully connect with the characters. Another line that stuck out was who one of the guys explains that he’s tired of pushing beds together when they go on leave together- he wants more. Its really a heartbreaking movie.

Eating out/Eating out 2/Eating out 3: Basically a guy wants to get with this girl, so he pretends to be gay and gets with her gaybestfriend. Wompwomp.

Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss: Sean Hayes, a photographer, tries to break a straight guy. Kind of a bittersweet ending.

Party Monster: Not exactly based on a gay relationship, but the movie follows “club kids”. It’s a wild film.. srs.

Eighteen: A boy is given a tape of his grandfather who struggled in WWII and found love in with a comrade. Though straight, he realizes that his life, and his grandfathers life, have many parallels.

Were the World Mine: A gay boy in highschools is cast in a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and discovers that he has the power to make everyone in his small town gay. Its kinda trippy and very pretty.

Maurice: it has hugh grant in it, so everyone has to see it. But basically, british school, hot love

Get Real: really hot, school related jock/nerd love story.

Velvet Goldmine: about an iggy pop-type character (Ewan McGregor) who falls in love with a david bowie type character (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). lots of beautiful gay making out. but it’s really sad.

Prayers for Bobby: based on the true story of the life and legacy of Bobby Griffith, a young gay man who killed himself due to his mother’s and community’s homophobia. The film stars Ryan Kelley as Bobby Griffith and Sigourney Weaver as his mother, Mary.

The Curiosity of Chance: 16 year old gay boy shows up at a new school in strange attire, attracts the attention of homophobes, and it shows his growth throughout the year and the friendships that he forms.

Prom Queen: In the fictional working-class town of Inniston, Marc Hall (Aarom Ashmore), sends ripples though Canada’s media when he attempts to bring his boyfriend to his catholic highschool prom…

Adam & Steve:  A forgotten one-night stand from the 1980s sets the stage for romance 15 years later

Mr. Right: Four couples struggle with various challenges to staying together in this gay-themed romantic comedy

Plan B: A man wants to turn his ex against her new lover, but the relationship between these three people takes a detour none of them expected in this comedy-drama from Argentina.

Bird Cage: A gay cabaret owner and his drag queen companion agree to put up a false straight front so that their son can introduce them to his fiancé’s right-wing moralistic parents.

Christopher and His Kind: In 1931 budding author Christopher Isherwood goes to Berlin at the invitation of his friend W. H. Auden for the gay sex that abounds in the city…

The Bubble: The movie follows a group of young friends in the city of Tel Aviv and is as much a love song to the city as it is an exploration of the claim that people in Tel Aviv are isolated from the rest of the country and the turmoil it’s going through

Plata Quemada: The setting is Argentina, 1965. El Nene (Leonardo Sbaraglia), a petty thief, and Angel (Eduardo Noriega), a drifter, meet in the bathroom of a Buenos Aires subway station, and from that moment they are inseparable. They become known as “the twins”, but their relationship is in fact that of lovers and, soon, as partners in crime.


J’ai Tue Ma Mere: French movie about the relationship between a young boy and his mother (the boy has a homosexual relationship with another boy)

Happy Together: Ho Po-Wing (Leslie Cheung) and Lai Yiu-fai (Tony Leung Chiu-Wai), a couple from pre-handover Hong Kong, visit Argentina hoping to renew their ailing relationship. The two have a pattern of abuse, followed by break-ups and reconciliations. One of their goals in Argentina is to visit the Iguazu waterfalls, which serves as a leitmotif in the movie

A Single Man:  Colin Firth getting through the death of his boyfriend. Intense scenes between him and Nicholas Hoult.

Weekend: After a drunken house party with his straight mates, Russell heads out to a gay club. Just before closing time he picks up Glen but what’s expected to be just a one-night stand becomes something else, something special.

Trick: The misadventures of two young gay men, trying to find a place to be alone, one night in Manhattan.

Redwoods: An unfulfilled gay man in a stagnant relationship finds his life changed forever when he meets a struggling writer visiting the Redwoods Country.