Stonewall

2015

Drama /

2
IMDb Rating 4.3

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Gene Bivins (gayspiritwarrior) 7

Roland Emmerich&#39;s biggest mistake was calling the movie &quot;Stonewall&quot; and marketing it as if it were the actual story of the rebellion. It gave people the wrong expectation. It&#39;s not a movie about Stonewall. It&#39;s a movie about a Midwestern gay man whose story takes place on Christopher street at the time of the riots. It&#39;s also in part the story of the first person he meets in New York, played by Jonny Beauchamp, who steals the movie. It&#39;s basically a very oddball romance and coming-out story. People wanted an accurate historical epic about the importance of the riots, and the movie isn&#39;t that and was never meant to be. <br/><br/>For what it really is, it&#39;s a very good movie. Like most &quot;historical&quot; movies there are inaccuracies. The worst distortion is giving Danny the &quot;first brick.&quot; That&#39;s upset a lot of people, but in the dramatic structure of the movie it&#39;s as much about Danny&#39;s becoming himself--a gay man throwing away his shame--as it is about the situation he finds himself in. The police are depicted as &quot;bad&quot; in the black-and-white morality of an old-fashioned hero-versus-villain Saturday morning serial. But beyond those inaccuracies and the impossibility of recreating Christopher Street as it was (which seems to be especially upsetting to some New York viewers), the movie is as faithful to its surrounding event as any Shakespeare history play to its, including sympathetic depictions of a very diverse neighborhood of LGBT types. <br/><br/>As a long-time gay activist, I liked the movie a great deal. It feels real as I remember things to have been 46 years ago. I felt a genuine emotional rush during and after the riot. The movie ends with typical historical clean-ups, telling us what became of the real people, like Marsha P Johnson and others who appear in the movie, and mentioning the additional nights of rioting and how they went on to be regarded in LGBT history. <br/><br/>For me the saddest thing about this film is the divisions it&#39;s exposed among various components of the LGBT community. This history belongs to all of us, black, brown, white, gay, lesbian, transgender, drag queen, troll, twink, and so on; if we can&#39;t honor it in all of our variations, no one else will either. Go to see it as a good story well told, not as a factual documentary. I write this knowing some of you won&#39;t be able to, some of you won&#39;t want to, and some of you won&#39;t believe me. I wish there were something I could do about that, but there isn&#39;t.

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Reviewed by kingwyatt 6

I watched Stonewall last night and did not find it to be the horrible film I expected. It was not a great film either, a solid 6 out of ten. It was visually interesting, the dialog was a bit awkward and a little boring but IMO it accurately portrayed the feeling of 1969/70. Most of the characters were poor LGBT runaways living on the streets who were POC, transgender, dykes/lesbians and a variety of ethnicities. All the cops were white, mostly portrayed as assholes. Was the movie flawed? Absolutely. Perhaps the biggest flaw was calling the film Stonewall. Still I think it is worth seeing. If you can get past expectations of it being a historically correct documentary and watch it as a coming of age/out story about a young man from the country running to the city (which many did), at the end you can get a real reminder why we celebrate LGBT Pride today.

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Reviewed by pyotr-3 10

Having read so many hostile reviews about this film I expected it to be horrible and historically inaccurate. One reviewer asked &quot;Where was Marilyn P. Johnson?!?&quot; So I expected the worst. But the movie started and BAM! There was Marilyn P. Johnson, Big as you please. So I quickly saw that some negative reviews are by people who didn&#39;t see the movie. I believe that making a handsome white guy the main character of the film is what is making some people angry. The film is full of black, transgender and lesbian characters, except for the Mafia &amp; Police, who were all white then and they are all white in the film. Having read some good books on Stonewall, I&#39;d have to say the film depicts the Stonewall riots in a very accurate way. Practically none of the accusations I have read in hostile reviews are justified. I hope everyone sees this movie. There is one scene in which one main character (who is not white or cisgender) pours out her heart because nobody wants her. It is a very powerful scene which everyone needs to see.

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