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Brokeback Mountain

Touted as Hollywood's first openly gay Western, director Ang Lee's cautious adaptation of Annie Proulx's acclaimed New Yorker tale features relatively little guy-on-guy action (there's far more same-sex spit swapped in DUDE, WHERE'S MY CAR?), and it isn't… (more)

Released: 2005

Rating: R

User Rating:4.48 out of 5 (103 ratings)

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  • Released: 2005
  • Rating: R
  • User Rating:4.48 out of 5 (103 ratings)
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  • Review: Touted as Hollywood's first openly gay Western, director Ang Lee's cautious adaptation of Annie Proulx's acclaimed New Yorker tale features relatively little guy-on-guy action (there's far more same-sex spit swapped in DUDE, WHERE'S MY CAR?), and it isn't… (more)

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