The Best LGBTQ+ Movies Of The Decade

Nick Robinson in "Love, Simon"

At last, TV and cinema is getting the LGBTQ+ treatment. The OTT one-dimensional gay best friend is slowly but surely becoming a thing of the past and writers are starting to realize that there is so, so much more that can be done with LGBTQ+ characters.

Here are the Entertainment For Us LGBTQ+ approved movies of the last decade. We missed Bohemian Rhapsody on purpose.


Pride is one of the most uplifting and emotional LGBTQ+ films to come out of the UK. It’s based on a true story and is an essential part of UK culture.


Wild and tender at the same time, Tangerine is a must-watch for those who find themselves wanting to learn more about transgender subculture.

Blue Is The Warmest Color

Incredible performances from the leading ladies and a script that has even the hardest of hearts in tears by the end.

Love, Simon

Finally, a coming-of-age teen movie where the protagonist is a gay man and not the flamboyant best friend.

Rocket Man

Rocket Man gets everything right that Bohemian Rhapsody got wrong. It is a true celebration of Elton John and LGBTQ+ pride.


A beautiful romance of true love with complicated consequences.

Looking: The Movie

Another hidden gem on Amazon Prime. If you liked the series, you’ll love the movie.

Signature Movie

A lesbian romance between a carer and a wrestler. It’s quirky, eccentric and LGBTQ+ heaven.


There’s pride, murder and X rated movies, what’s not to love? A bold and raunchy film set in the summer of 1979.

God’s Own Country

A drama romance for those days when we feel like we are running round in circles with no chance of things getting any better.