Daftar film dengan tema LGBT versi Buzzfeed :
1. Pride (2014)
“It’s a beautiful LGBT film,
especially if you’re British and can appreciate the hardships of the
1980s for both the working classes under the coal mining strikes and the
LGBT society rocked by the AIDS crisis. Heartfelt and honest.”
Submitted by Fraser Mycroft, Facebook.
2. Imagine Me and You (2005)
Fox Searchlight Pictures
“It actually (spoiler alert) has a
happy ending. When I was coming out there wasn’t a lot of movies like
that. Plus, you can’t go wrong with Piper Perabo and Lena Headey.”
Submitted by Amanda Houts.
3. Rent (2005)
“Rent was my first encounter with a transgender person. Angel is amazing.”
Submitted by Mary Ann Spellman, Facebook.
4. Big Eden (2000)
“Not only do no gay people die, but
no one in the small Montana town has any problem with the characters
being gay. It’s the kind of world I wish we lived in and it’s a movie I
watch when I’m feeling sad.”
Submitted by benix.
5. But I’m a Cheerleader (1999)
“It made me really comfortable with who I am and has a lot of meaning, but it’s also really campy and funny!”
Submitted by briannacabana.
6. 4th Man Out (2015)
“I wasn’t sure whether to watch it
but I’m glad I did. It’s got some humour, some of the best coming out
scenes, and is ultimately feel good, I really connected with it and
could’ve watched it again straight afterwards.”
Submitted by tamsinb3.
7. Blue Is the Warmest Colour (2013)
“It was the first real LGBTQ movie I
watched when I was 14 and it’s stuck with me ever since. I even looked
to it for reference when I fell in love with a girl for the first time.”
Submitted by ellew3.
8. Blackbird (2014)
“It really brings to life the journey
of self-acceptance for a person (especially a POC, a person coming of
age, or a person struggling with their sexuality and religion) in the
Submitted by isaaclahey.
9. Shelter (2007)
“It’s a movie about a young boy who
finds comfort in his best friend’s older brother, and they fall in love.
It’s raw and amazing.”
Submitted by bryanb4042c6de6.
10. The Way He Looks (2014)
“It’s an independent Brazilian film
focusing on the developing relationship between a blind boy and the new
kid at school. It features typical teenage jealousy and also covers
themes of friendship and disability. Heart-achingly sweet with a happy
ending, this film is a hidden gem.”
Submitted by wizardstring08.
11. D.E.B.S. (2004)
“It’s about badassery, finding out who you are, and actually has a happy ending!”
Submitted by Ariana Segel, Facebook.
12. Brokeback Mountain (2005)
“It’s very emotional and helped me come to terms with being gay.”
Submitted by zackm4718eb610.
13. Cloudburst (2011)
Sidney Kimmel Entertainment
“It’s about a charmingly hilarious
elderly lesbian couple fighting to marry. Funniest movie I’ve ever seen
and the wonderful ladies are goals.”
Submitted by ruddellellie.
14. Beginners (2010)
“It’s very emotional and shows a rawer side of coming out after you’ve been married and had children.”
Submitted by arianai41e5ffe84.
15. G.B.F. (2013)
“It’s Mean Girls but gayer.”
Submitted by ihasnolifw.
16. Bent (1997)
“It’s based on a play and details the
treatment of LGBT people during the Holocaust. This film will give you
major feels and has one of the most beautiful and unique love scenes
I’ve ever seen.”
Submitted by caitlinj4730182ba.
17. My Own Private Idaho (1991)
Fine Line Features
“River Phoenix deserved an Oscar nomination for Mike Waters. He shed light on New Queer Cinema.”
Submitted by alissafrost.
18. Free Fall (2013)
“It’s a German film and is beautifully shot, touching, and heart wrenching.”
Submitted by p43e2c81b6.
19. Laurence Anyways (2012)
“It’s a must see because it not only
tells a story of a trans person as they transition over an entire
decade, but because the central storyline is about its effect on her
long term partner and their desire to stay together.”
Submitted by David Bertozzi.
20. Saving Face (2004)
Sony Pictures Classics
“It’s super cute and feel-good, and
one of very few movies featuring lesbian characters that doesn’t involve
anyone cheating on her already-existing male partner.”
Submitted by Kylee Carlson, Facebook.
“It’s camp as fuck and has Hugo Weaving in drag, but it’s also touching and heartfelt and amazing.”
Submitted by hlctwh.
22. Weekend (2011)
“It’s such a breath of fresh air,
having characters that are established in their sexual identities and to
watch them figure out other aspects of themselves, as well as their
plain and simple attraction to one another.”
Submitted by laurenw55.
23. The Normal Heart (2014)
“Larry Kramer shows a new generation
of LGBT* what it was like for those who fought for their liberation as
gay individuals and are now faced with an epidemic that took the lives
of so many.”
Submitted by Eddie Spurrell, Facebook.
24. Chasing Amy (1997)
“There’s so much I could say, but it
just deserves a watch. It’s a great narrative on bisexuality, and being
an indie film from the amazing Kevin Smith, it doesn’t have the gushy
happy ever after, but rather a real life happy ending.”
Submitted by SSheen.
25. The Kids Are All Right (2010)
“I think this one is amazing because
it touches on the issues of a relationship between a lesbian and a
bisexual which we don’t really see.”
Submitted by mariamp2.
26. Lost and Delirious (2001)
“It was the first movie I watched as a
fresh out of the closet and overly dramatic 15-year-old. I related to
it on so many levels.”
Submitted by Marly Keenan, Facebook.
27. The Birdcage (1996)
“As a little kid it’s just a funny
movie, and I didn’t even bat an eye that the main characters were gay.
Because as a kid you just accept stuff like that and move on. I wish
more people thought like that as adults these days.”
Submitted by Raegan Aasted.