200 Best LGBTQ Movies of All Time

It’s been a big few years for LGBTQ films. In 2016, Carol earned six Oscar nominations, and just a year later, for the first time in history, Moonlight became the first LGBTQ-themed movie to win Best Picture. At the 2019 Oscars, Olivia Colman was named Best Actress for playing the lesbian queen Anne in The Favourite, beating out Can You Ever Forgive Me?‘s Melissa McCarthy, who played lesbian writer Lee Israel. In 2020, Pedro Almadóvar’s Pain and Glory would make a dent on the awards circuit, as would Celine Sciamma’s romance Portrait Of A Lady On Fire, one of the best-reviewed movies of recent years. Meanwhile, Love, Simon made history in 2018 as the first mainstream, wide-release teenage rom-com to focus on a gay character (a spin-off TV series, Love, Victor, hits Hulu this June). And it wasn’t the last: A lesbian romance lies at the center of critically acclaimed high school flick, Booksmart, while comedy Midas Judd Apatow is currently producing a gay rom-com starring Billy on the Street’s Billy Eichner.

All of these films stand on the shoulders of other LGBTQ films that have come before. Our list of the 200 Best LGBTQ Movies of All Time stretches back almost 90 years to the pioneering German film, Mädchen in Uniform, which was subsequently banned by the Nazis, and crosses multiple continents, cultures, and genres. There are broad American comedies (The Birdcage), artful Korean crime dramas (The Handmaiden), groundbreaking indies (Tangerine), and landmark documentaries (Paris Is Burning). In our latest thorough update of the list, we added films from the last year in cinema that qualified, among them the aforementioned Portrait of a Lady On Fire and Pain and Glory, as well as documentary Circus of Books and Swedish-Georgian Cannes sensation, And Then We Danced. When revising this list, we’ve looked to include more stories from outside of the U.S., and we’re excited for people to discover films like Taboo (Gohatto), a gay love story set during the waning years of the samurai era; The Wound (Inxeba), centered around three men during a tribal initiation ceremony in Africa; and Australian film 52 Tuesdays, about the relationship between a daughter and her mother who is undergoing a gender transition.

To be considered for the list, a movie had to prominently feature gay, lesbian, trans, or queer characters; concern itself centrally with LGBTQ themes; present its LGBTQ characters in a fair and realistic light; and/or be seen as a touchpoint in the evolution of queer cinema. And it had to be Fresh. The final list was culled from a longlist of hundreds, after which the films were ranked according to the Adjusted Tomatometer, which acts as a kind of inflation adjustment, taking into consideration the Tomatometer score, as well as the number of reviews a film received relative to the average number of reviews for films released that same year. We did not include miniseries, leaving out seminal works like Angels in America, nor movies made for TV. And we recognize that some of the films in the list will re-ignite healthy debates that have been fixtures of discussion around LGBTQ films — straight actors playing gay characters, cis actors playing trans characters, and the historical dominance of white male perspectives. We’d encourage those debates to continue, respectfully, in the comments section below. (And speaking of comments: yes, we know that But I’m a Cheerleader is missing — we love it too! — but it’s Rotten.) For now, join us as we celebrate the work of hundreds of filmmakers whose talents and risks have opened up the possibilities of cinema.

Best LGBTQ Movies
200-151 | 150-101 | 100-51 | 50-1

#200
#200
Adjusted Score: 69.19%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Based upon a play by screenwriter Brad Fraser, Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love, Denys Arcand's dark-humored... [More]
Directed By: Denys Arcand

#199
#199
Adjusted Score: 70.107%
Critics Consensus: Arresting and absorbing on a visual as well as narrative level, Suddenly weaves an affecting drama around the life-altering experiences of a group of women.
Synopsis: A young, naive clerk at a lingerie store learns about love and her own identity in Diego Lerman's 2002 film... [More]
Directed By: Diego Lerman

#198

Boy Culture (2007)
70%

#198
Adjusted Score: 70.146%
Critics Consensus: Eloquent one-liners and quick pacing make Boy Culture sharper than the typical gay indie flick.
Synopsis: A male prostitute who has dismissed the need for love in his life learns a lesson about affection from one... [More]
Directed By: Q. Allan Brocka

#197

Knives and Skin (2019)
68%

#197
Adjusted Score: 70.409%
Critics Consensus: Knives and Skin's daunting ambitions occasionally elude its grasp, but this remains a powerfully written and uniquely timely coming-of-age thriller.
Synopsis: What happened to Carolyn Harper? Part suburban nightmare, part neon-soaked teenage fever dream, this tantalizing mystery traces the wave of... [More]
Directed By: Jennifer Reeder

#196

Priest (1995)
70%

#196
Adjusted Score: 70.763%
Critics Consensus: A deft directorial debut from Antonia Bird, Priest handles its sensitive subject with care -- despite certain sanctimonious sentiments.
Synopsis: A priest is torn between church dogma and his personal beliefs in this British drama. Father Greg (Linus Roache) is... [More]
Directed By: Antonia Bird

#195
#195
Adjusted Score: 71.018%
Critics Consensus: Charming, endearing, and a little clunky, Were the World Mine is an entertaining, if somewhat unnecessary, musical adaptation.
Synopsis: A color drenched, winning musical film-fantasy of a struggling gay teen, Timothy, whose spirit soars when his eccentric teacher casts... [More]
Directed By: Tom Gustafson

#194
#194
Adjusted Score: 71.542%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Hanna is an unhappy adolescent in 1960s Quebec. Her mother, who is constantly ill, and her father, a Jewish- Polish... [More]
Directed By: Léa Pool

#193

The Misandrists (2018)
72%

#193
Adjusted Score: 72.672%
Critics Consensus: The Misandrists mounts a memorably gonzo assault on the patriarchy -- one whose wild ambition and outré aesthetic are often enough to cover for its uneven execution.
Synopsis: When an injured male leftist on the run discovers the remote stronghold of the Female Liberation Army -- a radical... [More]
Directed By: Bruce La Bruce

#192
Adjusted Score: 71.669%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Highly controversial at the time of its release, Robert Aldrich's bitter comedy-drama stars Beryl Reid as a soap opera star... [More]
Directed By: Robert Aldrich

#191

Shortbus (2006)
68%

#191
Adjusted Score: 71.957%
Critics Consensus: The sex may be explicit, but Mitchell integrates it into the characters' lives and serves the whole story up with a generous dose of sweetness and wit.
Synopsis: The film follows a varied group of seven people, among them a dominatrix and a sex therapist, as they navigate... [More]
Directed By: John Cameron Mitchell

#190

Wilde (1998)
71%

#190
Adjusted Score: 73.171%
Critics Consensus: Wilde can't hope to communicate the entirety of its subject's fascinating life or outsize talent, but Stephen Fry's stellar performance offers abundant compensation.
Synopsis: The life of Oscar Wilde, at least that part pertaining to his sex life, Lord Alfred Douglas and his ruinous... [More]
Directed By: Brian Gilbert

#189
Adjusted Score: 74.278%
Critics Consensus: The Shiny Shrimps traffics in cliche, but for fans of inspirational underdog stories, the results may be too uplifting to resist.
Synopsis: Matthias, an Olympic champion at the end of his career, makes a homophobic statement on TV. His punishment : coach... [More]

#188

Heartbeats (2011)
73%

#188
Adjusted Score: 74.599%
Critics Consensus: An art film to the max, Heartbeats intriguing and appealing premise is sometimes buried by director Xavier Dolan's filmmaking flourishes.
Synopsis: Xavier Dolan's sexy and stylish HEARTBEATS is a comic exploration of a romantically obsessed menage-a-trois. HEARTBEATS was a hit at... [More]
Directed By: Xavier Dolan

#187

Bent (1997)
73%

#187
Adjusted Score: 73.582%
Critics Consensus: Bent juggles heavy topics with style, though its heavy-handedness at times feels more like exploitation than exploration.
Synopsis: Sean Mathias directed this screen adaptation of Martin Sherman's award-winning play about the persecution of homosexuals by Nazis during World... [More]
Directed By: Sean Mathias

#186

In & Out (1997)
71%

#186
Adjusted Score: 73.668%
Critics Consensus: It doesn't always find comfortable ground between broad comedy and social commentary, but lively performances -- especially from Kevin Kline and Joan Cusack -- enrich In & Out's mixture of laughs and sexual tolerance.
Synopsis: Life is sweet for high-school English teacher and sports coach Howard Brackett (Kevin Kline); he's still living where he grew... [More]
Directed By: Frank Oz

#185

Adam (2019)
74%

#185
Adjusted Score: 74.089%
Critics Consensus: Much like its well-meaning but clueless protagonist, Adam occasionally seems to be in over its head -- but its good intentions make those fumbles easier to forgive.
Synopsis: Awkward, self-conscious Adam Freeman (Nicholas Alexander) has just finished his junior year of high school in 2006. When his cool... [More]
Directed By: Rhys Ernst

#184

Sebastiane (1976)
86%

#184
Adjusted Score: 73.837%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Filmed entirely in vulgar Latin, this experimental film recounts the life of Sebastiane, a puritanical but beautiful Christian soldier in... [More]

#183

Set It Off (1996)
68%

#183
Adjusted Score: 68.886%
Critics Consensus: It may not boast an original plot, but Set It Off is a satisfying, socially conscious heist film thanks largely to fine performances from its leads.
Synopsis: The sophomore film effort from music video director F. Gary Gray, Set It Off is a crime thriller about four... [More]
Directed By: F. Gary Gray

#182
#182
Adjusted Score: 74.668%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Urban comedy-drama spanning nine years in the life of a gay man in New York, centering around the loves in... [More]
Directed By: Paul Bogart

#181
Adjusted Score: 73.608%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Je Tu Il Elle was the first feature-length effort from avant-garde filmmaker Chantal Akerman. The story, simple in extreme, concerns... [More]
Directed By: Chantal Akerman

#180

High Art (1998)
73%

#180
Adjusted Score: 74.912%
Critics Consensus: A surprisingly sultry performance from Ally Sheedy elevates High Art from pretentious melodrama to compelling -- if still a little pretentious -- romance.
Synopsis: Lisa Cholodenko's Sundance award-winning romantic drama about a photo magazine editor and the heroin-addicted former photo prodigy with whom she... [More]
Directed By: Lisa Cholodenko

#179
#179
Adjusted Score: 75.409%
Critics Consensus: This fact-based romantic comedy has its flaws, but they're mostly overcome by its consistently sweet, funny tone and one of the best performances of Jim Carrey's career.
Synopsis: Bad Santa co-screenwriters Glenn Ficara and John Requa re-team for this fact-based black comedy starring Jim Carrey as a Texas... [More]
Directed By: John Requa, Glenn Ficarra

#178

The Runaways (2010)
69%

#178
Adjusted Score: 74.477%
Critics Consensus: Viewers expecting an in-depth biopic will be disappointed, but The Runaways is as electric as the band's music, largely thanks to strong performances from Michael Shannon, Dakota Fanning, and Kristen Stewart.
Synopsis: The film follows two friends, Joan Jett and Cherie Currie, as they rise from rebellious Southern California kids to rock... [More]
Directed By: Floria Sigismondi

#177

Personal Best (1982)
73%

#177
Adjusted Score: 75.48%
Critics Consensus: Mariel Hemingway has a career-making star turn in this highly physical drama about two Olympic athletes who find each other during competitive training.
Synopsis: In 1982, there was a brief cycle of homosexual-relationship films, none of which were successful enough to form the basis... [More]
Directed By: Robert Towne

#176
#176
Adjusted Score: 75.777%
Critics Consensus: An impressionistic, fragmented look at Reinaldo Arenas, Before Night Falls' imagery manages to evoke a sense of the writer's artistry, and Bardem's strong performance holds the film together. Finally, a biopic done well.
Synopsis: This is the story of Cuban poet and novelist Reinaldo Arenas. Raised in the Oriente Province of Cuba in the... [More]
Directed By: Julian Schnabel

#175

The Danish Girl (2015)
67%

#175
Adjusted Score: 76.206%
Critics Consensus: The Danish Girl serves as another showcase for Eddie Redmayne's talent -- and poignantly explores thought-provoking themes with a beautifully filmed biopic drama.
Synopsis: The remarkable love story inspired by the lives of artists Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener. Lili and Gerda's marriage and... [More]
Directed By: Tom Hooper

#174

Concussion (2013)
75%

#174
Adjusted Score: 76.544%
Critics Consensus: Smart, nuanced, and sexy, Concussion transcends its more awkward moments thanks to Robin Weigert's remarkable starring performance.
Synopsis: Written and directed by Stacie Passon in an auspicious directing debut effort, and produced by Rose Troche, CONCUSSION is a... [More]
Directed By: Stacie Passon

#173
#173
Adjusted Score: 76.726%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: The three-decade-old annual Manhattan gathering of drag queens and their fans is portrayed in this colorful documentary. The film concentrates... [More]
Directed By: Barry Shils

#172
#172
Adjusted Score: 80.065%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Pablo is a 40-year-old married father of 2 wonderful children. A role model and a practicing evangelical Christian, his perfect... [More]
Directed By: Jayro Bustamante

#171
Adjusted Score: 76.649%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: This is a nostalgic French coming-of-age drama from director Andre Techine set in a Provence deeply divided over the war... [More]
Directed By: André Téchiné

#170

Burnt Money (2001)
77%

#170
Adjusted Score: 77.156%
Critics Consensus: Burnt Money tells a stylish and steamy story about criminals on the lam.
Synopsis: Love and betrayal complicate a robbery gone wrong in this offbeat crime thriller shot in Argentina. Angel (Eduardo Noriega) and... [More]
Directed By: Marcelo Piñeyro

#169
#169
Adjusted Score: 81.098%
Critics Consensus: Elevated by a unique perspective and a magnetic lead performance, Margarita with a Straw puts some welcome spins on the coming-of-age genre.
Synopsis: Laila is a young romantic, a secret rebel in a wheelchair. Undeterred by cerebral palsy, she embarks on a journey... [More]

#168

The Happy Prince (2018)
72%

#168
Adjusted Score: 77.317%
Critics Consensus: A passion project for writer, director, and star Rupert Everett, The Happy Prince pays effective tribute to Oscar Wilde with a poignant look at his tragic final days.
Synopsis: In a cheap Parisian hotel, Oscar Wilde lies on his deathbed and recalls his past with wit and irony. Was... [More]
Directed By: Rupert Everett

#167
#167
Adjusted Score: 77.419%
Critics Consensus: Led by two fine lead performances, Brother to Brother is a moving and thought-provoking dramatization of the Harlem Renaissance.
Synopsis: This feature length narrative film follows the emotional and psychological journey of a young, black, gay artist as he discovers... [More]
Directed By: Rodney Evans

#166

Trickfilme (1999)
78%

#166
Adjusted Score: 78.18%
Critics Consensus: By portraying its love story as nothing less than conventional, Trick avoids genre tropes to create a simple, effective romance.
Synopsis: In this comedy, Gabriel is a smart composer specializing in musical comedies. Mark is a real Adonis who works as... [More]
Starring:
Directed By: Jan Hryniak

#165
#165
Adjusted Score: 78.18%
Critics Consensus: A time capsule assembled with honesty and sensitivity, Edge of Seventeen overcomes youthful fumbles to capture a time of life -- and an era.
Synopsis: The year is 1984. The music is Boy George and the Bronski Beat. Eric and his best friend, Maggie, are... [More]
Directed By: David Moreton

#164
Adjusted Score: 78.488%
Critics Consensus: Insubstantial yet charming, Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss tells a love story that's as rooted in classic Hollywood as it is in timely themes.
Synopsis: This gay-lifestyle comedy features aspiring photographer Billy who becomes entranced by Gabriel. Billy takes Gabriel on as a model, but... [More]
Directed By: Tommy O'Haver

#163

Tropical Malady (2005)
78%

#163
Adjusted Score: 78.73%
Critics Consensus: Tropical Malady forsakes straight narrative lines and easy answers in favor of an utterly unique drama that leaves a lingering, dreamlike impact.
Synopsis: One of Thailand's leading experimental filmmakers, Apichatpong Weerasethakul directed this ambitious examination of fear and desire. Keng (Banlop Lomnoi) is... [More]

#162
#162
Adjusted Score: 79.186%
Critics Consensus: From Afar is narratively elliptical to a fault, but for patient viewers willing to allow the story to unfold at its own unhurried pace, the end result is its own absorbing reward.
Synopsis: Armando, a 50 year old man, seeks young men in Caracas and pays them just for company. One day he... [More]
Directed By: Lorenzo Vigas

#161

The Intervention (2016)
78%

#161
Adjusted Score: 79.186%
Critics Consensus: The Intervention's familiar plot is enlivened by complex character dynamics and a likable cast.
Synopsis: A weekend getaway for four couples takes a sharp turn when one of the couples discovers the entire trip was... [More]
Directed By: Clea DuVall

#160

Go Fish (1995)
80%

#160
Adjusted Score: 80.533%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: This hit arthouse ensemble piece traces the romantic and political ups and downs of a group of multicultural Chicago lesbians.... [More]
Directed By: Rose Troche

#159

Alex Strangelove (2018)
80%

#159
Adjusted Score: 80.161%
Critics Consensus: Alex Strangelove offers a refreshingly insightful -- and fittingly adult -- take on teen sexuality enlivened by smart humor and a fearlessly progressive approach.
Synopsis: ALEX STRANGELOVE tells the story of Alex Truelove (Daniel Doheny), a well-rounded high school senior with a wonderful girlfriend Claire... [More]
Directed By: Craig Johnson

#158

Closet Monster (2016)
81%

#158
Adjusted Score: 81.329%
Critics Consensus: Closet Monster is a unique, understated fable, buoyed by a strong performance from Connor Jessup.
Synopsis: A closeted Newfoundland teen named Oscar (Connor Jessup) dreams of becoming a special-effects makeup artist, and is terrified of his... [More]
Directed By: Stephen Dunn

#157

Get Real (1999)
79%

#157
Adjusted Score: 80.412%
Critics Consensus: An authentic portrayal of homosexuality in high school, Get Real is an engaging dramedy that doesn't sermonize its audience nor trivialize its characters.
Synopsis: Simon Shore manages the transition from television and documentary to feature filmmaking with great assurance in his debut, the captivating,... [More]
Directed By: Simon Shore

#156
Adjusted Score: 80.445%
Critics Consensus: Happy Together's strong sense of style complements its slice of life love story, even if the narrative slogs.
Synopsis: Yiu-Fai and Po-Wing arrive in Argentina from Hong Kong and take to the road for a holiday. Something is wrong... [More]
Directed By: Kar-Wai Wong

#155

Born in Flames (1983)
80%

#155
Adjusted Score: 80.546%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.
Synopsis: Meant to take place in the near future, this film looks at the rights of women under a socialist society... [More]
Directed By: Lizzie Borden

#154

Water Lilies (2008)
80%

#154
Adjusted Score: 80.909%
Critics Consensus: Water Lilies is a sharply-observed, provocative coming-of-age story that captures the anxieties of the early teen years.
Synopsis: Three 15-year-old girls living in the ultra-modern Paris suburb of Cergy-Pontoise find the dynamics of their relationships gradually beginning to... [More]
Directed By: Céline Sciamma

#153

G.B.F. (2014)
80%

#153
Adjusted Score: 80.979%
Critics Consensus: G.B.F. explores high school relationship dynamics and teen stereotypes with a refreshingly humorous touch - and surprisingly subtle smarts.
Synopsis: In G.B.F., social warfare erupts when three high school clique queens battle for supremacy: drama diva Caprice, Mormon princess 'Shley... [More]
Directed By: Darren Stein

#152

Holding The Man (2015)
81%

#152
Adjusted Score: 81.101%
Critics Consensus: Heart-wrenching performances center Holding the Man, an achingly beautiful portrayal of love and death that may be too real for some.
Synopsis: Tim and John fell in love and embarked on a forbidden high school romance that was to last a lifetime.... [More]
Starring:
Directed By:

#151

Kiki (2017)
82%

#151
Adjusted Score: 82.286%
Critics Consensus: Kiki compassionately captures a scene on the social margins, offering -- and demanding -- respect and empathy for people to whom it's too often denied.
Synopsis: Sundance Selects will release the documentary KIKI, a dynamic coming of age story about resilience and the transformative art form... [More]
Starring:
Directed By: Sara Jordenö

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