a. Magic Mike XXL (2015) - 7.6 - better than the first, suprisingly, though not really a queer film, even though it has some queer characters, but definitely made with queer folks in mind ;)
b. Gerontophilia (2013) - 5.6 - interesting concept from Bruce La Bruce, but baaaaaaad acting
1. Sunset Blvd.
(1950) - 8.0 - sure, it's a great film, but it's not queer at all, even if Artie's really really friendly with the lead (whose name I already forgot)
c. Cowboys & Angels (2003) - 7.4 - average gay/straight bromance set in Limerick, Ireland
d. Vic + Flo ont vu un ours (2013) - 7.6 - nice look at an older lesbian and her partner; takes a dark twist toward the end. Worth a look.
2. Contracorriente [Undertow]
(2009) - 8.2 - somehow I was not aware of the major plot point before seeing the film, but it was really good. An excellent piece of magical realism that shies away from a typical fairytale ending.
e. After [Time Off] - 6-7ish - not sure if it's a long short film or a short feature film, but I wish it had been longer. Just long enough to construct a solid story with interesting characters and a minimal plot, but it left me wanting more.
3-i. Un chant d'amour
(1950 short) - 7.4 - intriguing, to say the least, but I feel like there's not as much reciprocity of feelings between the two cellmates as reviews would have you believe.
f. Performance Anxiety (2012 short) - 7.2 - I'd been wanting to see this for a few years since they first released the trailer... it was all right. An interesting look at a sensitive topic for straight men
g. Finding Dad (2012 short) - 6.6 - seems like it's more of a teaser trailer than a short itself. I think it's supposed to be a feature film that keeps being delayed? Not sure if it held my interest enough to make me want to see the full thing.