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Proving a standard-Christmas-movie-but-gay can work just fine.
Everyone and everything in this romance is beautiful and accomplished. So why isn’t the sum of these parts… better?
An important moment in representation in American film – and a genuinely good Rom-Com.
The closing credit sequence – that single shot – is a movie, is life, itself.
Jessica Williams is gifted, and she’ll probably be a star one day. Until then, this is a lot of fun.
The Elvis Impersonator of musicals: it clearly loves the thing it’s trying to be, while missing its most important point.
Gritty retelling of fairytales X star power X film industry politics = erm, family movie?
Spend some time in this horrible dystopia – it’s a delirious joy.
Sci-fi love story, but only in your mind.
So, so much better than the marketing might suggest.