How You Can Make Your Yuletide Gay
Here’s a review for the movie I posted about yesterday with Kristen Stewart that’s titled, Happiest Season. I have no opinions on this and I haven’t seen the movie, and this review will not have anything to do with me seeing the movie or not seeing it. I still plan on seeing it and reviews are always subjective. If anything, I don’t really like this review much.
The result is a very sweet movie with high rewatch potential. But still, I wanted so much more from Happiest Season. I wanted a modern queer romance that wasn’t tied solely to coming out, which is the beginning and end of so many gay narratives and, frankly, feels like the sort of story assigned to queer people by a heterocentric industry.
You can read the full review, here. The movie is being billed as a first of its kind in that genre. Frankly, I don’t think it’s fair that this reviewer compares Happiest Season to other films that are not part of the genre. From what I gather, Happiest Season is a romance. And many of these elitist reviewers don’t understand that. But don’t quote me on that because I haven’t seen it yet and I could be wrong. But I’m hoping to watch it very soon.