Don’t Miss Infinitely Polar Bear
by Frances Marlatt
The new indie dramedy “Infinitely Polar Bear” tells the story of an eccentric father living with bipolar disorder and his relationship and interactions with both his family and the outside world.
Cameron (Mark Ruffalo) is married to Maggie (Zoe Saldana). Together they have two young daughters, Amelia (Imogene Wolodarsky) and Faith (Ashley Aufderheide). It’s the late 70’s in Boston, and Cameron is clearly emotionally unstable.
Jake Gyllenhaal is a knockout in “Southpaw” – Plus “Vacation” and “MI:5” reviewed
by Chris Narloch
Three sexy studs are currently gracing movie screens all around the country:
Tom Cruise in the new “Mission Impossible,” Chris Hemsworth in a reboot of “Vacation” and Jake Gyllenhaal in “Southpaw.”
Tiger Orange: Two Gay Brothers on Two Distinct Journeys
by Colt McGraw
The film Tiger Orange premiered at the Sacramento International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in 2014, and the showing was accompanied by director Wade Gasque and actor Mark Strano. The film took home the award for Audience Favorite and is now available on DVD, which gave me the opportunity to do an interview with its director.
In my conversation with Gasque, we chatted about the making of the film. My goal was to understand the development of this project and the relationship between a director and a completed film.
OUT AND ABOUT IN MIDTOWN - Chapter Three
A serialized novel by Darrell Scheidegger Jr.
In Chapter Two, Jack and Kevin, two of Midtown’s finest, were unnerved by a mysterious note, setting it aside though, they get a little playful. (if you missed the previous chapters, you can read them at (www.outwordmagazine.com/inside-outword/music-and-books)
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“I can’t believe she just assumes we’ll drop everything to help her entertain at a party that we aren’t even invited to,” grumbles Kevin.
Willie Nelson On the Road Again at Thunder Valley
By Colt McGraw
Whether it be because of his extraordinary song writing, unique sound and style or his social views, Willie Nelson continues to be relevant, outlasting even his toughest critics and rewarding his fans with amazing concerts.
Sacramento jumped on the Willie train on Friday, July 17 at Thunder Valley Casino, where 5,400 die hard fans couldn’t get enough of the country stars hits and were also treated to songs from his number one album on the Billboard charts, Django & Jimmie, in which he teams up with Merle Haggard.
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