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A Sinner in Mecca **CAPSULE REVIEW ONLY / 200 WORDS**

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Sunday Jul 5, 2015

Night of the Generals

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Sunday Jul 5, 2015

Perfect Cowboy

Sunday Jul 5, 2015
This movie provides us with a trip into a subculture as-of-yet unexplored -- and that counts for nearly as much as strong craftsmanship would have.

While We're Young

Sunday Jul 5, 2015
One-hit documentarian Josh (Ben Stiller) is in a rut with wife Cornelia (Naomi Watts), noting but never using the spontaneity afforded by lack of children.

Jenny's Wedding

Sunday Jul 5, 2015
You don't need to R.S.V.P. for "Jenny's Wedding" unless you are hopelessly ignorant of the gay experience and desperately feel you need to hear the song "Same Love" on repeat.

Seed Money: The Chuck Holmes Story

Sunday Jul 5, 2015
Porn impresario Chuck Holmes not only re-shaped the "gay look," but walked the walk of true gay power, presenting sex as something fun and worthy of celebration before demonstrating that participation in politics isn't selling out.

That's Not Us

By Kevin Mark Kline | Sunday Jul 5, 2015
If you're young and want to see your doubts and anxieties represented (or, for some reason, want to remember what being young was like), then this is a film for you.

Five Easy Pieces

Sunday Jul 5, 2015
You see Nicholson, caught between stuffy aristocracy and hopeless anonymity, and you realize he's standing in for an entire generation. He is the counterculture.

Like You Mean It

Sunday Jul 5, 2015
"Like You Mean It" is a thoughtful, melancholy meditation on the evolving and ephemeral nature of love.

In The Grayscale

Sunday Jul 5, 2015
Claudio Marcone directs this film, which is polished, visually engaging, and emotionally compelling -- gratifying qualities in any film, but especially in a genre crowded with lesser projects. This one stands out.

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