Brokeback Mountain

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    Brokeback Mountain is a drama movie directed by Ang Lee. Released in 2005, Brokeback Mountain features Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in the leading roles. The movie was adapted from the short story by Annie Proulx.

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        Anonymous
        May 22, 2018
        "This movie is not fit for family viewing or for single viewing. I was very digusted with sexual contations. Everyone saw two men in love. I saw two men in lust who had NO REASON to marry and ruin the lives of their wives and children. You saw a beautiful consumation of their love. I saw two men brutally raping each other, loving it, and coming back for more."
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        Anonymous
        June 3, 2018
        "I remember seeing this film with my friend when it first came out. It was strange to see a romance from this perspective, and I have to say it really opened my eyes. The film made a big splash and I like to think played a major role in shaping the cultural conversation around LGBT acceptance. Gyllenhall was great in it, as always!"
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        Anonymous
        May 25, 2018
        "This is a popular and well known drama film. The story revolves around a gay relationship between two men who are living separate lives, and trying to hide their love for each other from the rest of the world. This should be a very emotional and relatable topic for a number of viewers, and has resonated with many."
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        Anonymous
        June 12, 2018
        "Brokeback Mountain - seriously, who doesn't know this film? When you think of LGBT films, this is one of the most well-known ones. It perfectly captures the complications of a hidden gay relationship and shows all the people whose lives it affects and how. In my opinion, this is a truly classic film."
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        Anonymous
        June 12, 2018
        "Oh man. This film has it all. Mountains, rugged men, an isolated place. I loved this film when I was younger and I appreciate the more technical and I guess "film" aspect of it. The wild and isolated setting made it more interesting and more "dated" or old and that gave a really nice touch to it all."
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        Anonymous
        June 2, 2018
        "This is a fantastic film, despite the comedic jabs its taken over the years. That being said, I'm not sure I'd rank this as one of Michelle Williams' best. She's got so much more available that is more prominently featured in her other works."
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        Anonymous
        June 12, 2018
        "Every time I remember this movie, I tear up. Is it too much to ask for a happy ending for Jack and Ennis?? Their story is one of the best love stories ever even if it hurts so much thinking that they never will end together."
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        Anonymous
        June 6, 2018
        "Brokeback Mountain is one of those few drama films I really loved. Heath Ledger (I miss him the most), Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, and Michelle Williams were fantastic and Ang Lee executed this film flawlessly. "
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        Anonymous
        June 6, 2018
        "This is my all-time favorite LGBT movie. I can't believe the twist that happened. I really hoped for the best for the two lovers but maybe changing the ending wouldn't have left much impact."
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        Anonymous
        July 5, 2018
        "I didn't even know Kate Mara was in this film but she was amazing in this! It wasn't that big of a role but seeing her so young made me realize that she does have a lot of acting talent!"
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        Anonymous
        June 4, 2018
        "I didn't care for this film. I saw it with a date when it first came out. It's really not my thing, although there's nothing wrong with liking it. My date, though, loved it."
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        Anonymous
        May 25, 2018
        "The characters were somewhat interesting. This film adaption was different from the short story."
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