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What are the best LGBT movies?

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  1. 1Call Me By Your Name

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    Call Me By Your Name is an Italian dramatic romance motion picture based on a novel by André Aciman. This centers on the romantic relationship between Elio, a 17-year-old guy, and Oliver, a 24-year-old guy who is also a research assistant of Elio's father. 

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  1. 2Brokeback 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.

  2. 3The Danish Girl

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    The Danish Girl is a biography drama movie that follows artist Einar Wegener and his journey to self-discovery, with his loving wife Gerda by his side, as he becomes one of the first transgender women. It was directed by Tom Hooper.

  1. 4Moonlight

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    Moonlight is an Academy Award-winning drama movie that revolves around the premise of LGBT rights and race dynamics in a modern society. It follows the story of a boy's evolution into a man while facing society's prejudice on gender preferences and racial profiling.

  2. 5The Kids are All Right

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    The Kids Are All Right is a comedy-drama movie that follows the story of a lesbian couple and their two children who bring their biological father into their lives. It was directed by Lisa Cholodenko in 2010.

  3. 6BPM (Beats Per Minute)

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    BPM (Beats Per Minute) is a French drama history movie that follows members of the group ACT UP Paris as they advocate for government action against the spread of the AIDS epidemic during the 1990s. It was directed by Robin Campillo in 2017.

  4. 7Carol

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    Carol is a drama romance movie that follows an aspiring photographer and her forbidden relationship with an older woman socialite in 1950s New York. It was directed by Todd Haynes and it stars Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, and Sarah Paulson.

  5. 8Love, Simon

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    Love, Simon is a comedy drama movie that follows Simon Spier and his efforts to keep his sexuality a secret from his family and friends. It was directed by Greg Berlanti in 2018 and it stars Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, and Josh Duhamel.

  6. 9Glen or Glenda

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    Known as an early film discussing transvestitism during the 1950s, Glen or Glenda was a surreal telling of gender realignment at that time. The film is divided into 2 stories: "Glen or Glenda" and "Alan or Anne".

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    June 12, 2018
    "This is such a great great movie! I love that it really shows the more "contemporary" situation in today's society and how people take it when other people come out as gay. It is not only about a boy who struggles to come out to his loved ones, but it also shows how people take that revelation and adjust to it. I've watched this film so many times I seriously lost count already!"
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    Love, Simon
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    June 11, 2018
    "This Ed Wood classic is very strange and unlike any other movie, which is maybe why it can be recommended. It pleads for tolerance is its own weird way, as it deals with cross-dressing and other contemporary issues. While not a "good" film by any means, it is it's own thing and has a lot of entertainment value, which, after all, is why people watch movies in the first place."
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    Glen or Glenda
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    June 12, 2018
    "This is a movie that my kids and I watched and we really loved it. It was funny and heartwarming, and I think it disproves the opinion that lgbt couples and families do not work out and are too complicated. Honestly, I think the movie paints a picture of a possibly unconventional but truly happy, loving family -- and that's worth watching. "
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    The Kids are All Right
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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2018
    "Oh my gawd this is probably one of the best lgbt movies I have ever watched! I was really surprised at the level of acting of all of the actors in the film, especially considering that the lead is practically a newcomer. I really felt the turmoil and confusion and it was a perfect coming-of age lgbt film that I'd most definitely recommend."
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    Call Me By Your Name
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    June 12, 2018
    "This film is in French and I don't typically like watching movies where I have to depend on subtitles, but I ended up watching this with one of my friends and I have to admit that I was stunned and amazed by the film. It was full of emotion and energy and it really swept me up into their world. It was all in all such a pleasant surprise for me."
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    BPM (Beats Per Minute)
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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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    Brokeback Mountain
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    June 12, 2018
    "Moonlight is by far one of the best movies I have ever watched that deals with minorities of all types. I love how the story centers on the growth of one character and his journey and interaction with the LGBT community and how he goes from boy to man."
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    Moonlight
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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2018
    "Eddie Redmayne in this film is just WOW. His performance was truly award-winning and heart-wrenching. He made Lili really come alive and what I really loved most was that he did not over-act. It was all very natural and very emotional. Simply Superb!!"
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    The Danish Girl
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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2018
    "Carol is a stunning telling of a secret LGBT romance in a decade where such relationships were unthinkable. I love that the characters were developed nicely and that the cinematography really showed intimacy and secrecy."
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    Carol
This list is about What are the best LGBT movies
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Call Me By Your NameMovies 15 Paid
2Brokeback MountainMovies 12 Paid
3The Danish GirlMovies 8 Paid
4MoonlightMovies 8 Paid
5The Kids are All RightMovies 6 Paid
6BPM (Beats Per Minute)Movies 5 Paid
7CarolMovies 3 Free
8Love, SimonMovies 3 Paid
9Glen or GlendaMovies 0 Paid
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