WATCH LIST: “Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom” Roars Into Theaters, John Waters’ “Female Trouble” on Blu-Ray, and RuPaul’s Animated “Drag Tots” Starts Streaming

Plus Gays in Sports Documentary “Alone In The Game”

In Theaters

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard head back to Isla Nubar three years after the violent Jurassic World tragedy to try and save some dinosaurs from a volcano eruption that will consume the island. However, it turns out that some ultra-dangerous, genetically engineered dinos may already have traveled to the mainland and a diabolical conspiracy is afoot. (June 22, Universal)
 
Boundaries

In this latest family-takes-a-roadtrip movie, a Seattle single mom, Laura (Vera Farmiga) and her bullied and recently expelled 12-year-old son (Lewis MacDougall), agrees to take her chronically misbehaving 85-year-old father Jack (Christopher Plummer) to Los Angeles—during which he gets the boy to help him sell marijuana along the way. Bobby Cannavale co-stars. (June 22, Sony)

DVD/Blu-Ray/Video on Demand

Male Shorts: International V1

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Love and sex between gay men drive the five steamy international short films in this artful compilation, including Travis Matthews’ (Leather Bar) Just Past Noon On A Tuesday, about two strangers bonding over a deceased lover, and Brazilian director Daniel Nolasco’s Neptune, about a swimming pool encounter turned obsession. (DVD, Breaking Glass Pictures)
 
Grimsey

Still stinging from a break up with his boyfriend, Bruno (Richard Garcia) attempts to track down his ex, Norberto (Eugenio Sanz), in Iceland, where he meets a guide, Arnu (Raul Portero), who decides to assist in his quest around the stark landscape. (DVD, TLA)
 
Female Trouble

Christmas and cha-cha heels will never be the same after watching John Waters’ sordid, campy, and deliciously twisted (and endlessly quotable) 1974 classic starring Divine as a trashy fame-seeker who goes to murderous lengths in the name of glamour. Criterion has loaded this 4K restoration with extras to boot. (Blu-ray, Criterion Collection)
 

TV/Streaming

My Aloha Dream Home

Gay Hawaiian real estate broker and attorney Wayne Chi helps families find dream homes in Maui and Oahu in this breezy eight-episode HGTV series. Fun fact: Wayne’s lawyer husband, Nick Kacprowski, worked with attorneys who argued the U.S. Supreme Court marriage equality cases, and the pair is raising a 16-month-old daughter. (June 22, HGTV)
 
Drag Tots

Move aside, Muppet Babies! Bianca Del Rio, Adore Delano, Valentina, Latrice Royale, and Detox lend their voices to WOW Presents’ outrageous, twisted animated series about sassy baby drag queens, and a unicorn, played by the one and only RuPaul. (June 28, WOW Presents)
 
Alone In The Game

This documentary explores the lack of openly LGBTQ individuals playing in any major North American sporting league—which includes the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB and MLS—those who have lived in the locker room closet, and those who are striving to change the game for good. (June 28, AT&T Audience Network)
 
The Look: All Stars

Hairstylist to the Kardashians and Jenners, L.A.’s sassy Scotty Cunha (he was on Bravo’s Blowout) is one of the guest judges on this makeover competition show hosted by Tori Spelling and Kim Vo. (June 24, CW)
 
Classics of Lesbian Cinema

Continuing its pride programming, Lea DeLaria (Orange Is the New Black) introduces viewers to seven must-see contemporary lesbian classics including Cheryl Dunye’s The Watermelon Woman (1996), Desert Hearts (1985), and Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or winner, Blue is the Warmest Color (2013). (FilmStruck)

Lawrence is a New York-based travel and entertainment writer whose work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Time Out New York and The New York Post.
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