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Queer Eye's Fab Five Share Their (Fab) Five Favorite LGBT Films

Tan, Jonathan, Karamo, Bobby, and Antoni pick the LGBT movies that they love, and tell Rotten Tomatoes why they mean so much to them.

by | June 7, 2018 | Comments

To celebrate Pride 2018, Rotten Tomatoes has compiled its first ever list of the 150 best LGBT movies ever made, and to help us celebrate the list, we caught up with the cast of Netflix’s Queer Eye to ask them about their favorite LGBT films. The five guys had some surprising choices up their perfectly-styled sleeves, and didn’t always agree with each other (Tan is a big fan of Call Me By Your Name; Karamo not so much). Check out their picks above, and then check out our list of the 150 Best LGBT Movies of All Time, ranked by the Tomatometer.

Queer Eye season 2 is available on Netflix June 15. 

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