Truly great LGBTQ films can not only touch hearts and open minds -- in some cases, they can even move the wheels of progress forward in the world around us. They also happen to have some truly incredible soundtracks.
Once upon a time, lip-syncing was considered a major pop culture faux pas (just look at Ashlee Simpson and Milli Vanilli), but now there's an entire realm dedicated to lip syncing as expertly as possible.
With the live-action version of Aladdin hitting theaters on May 24, pretty much everyone is going to be singing the animated classic’s award-winning favorite “A Whole New World” again and again. (And we mean everyone, including Zayn and Zhavia Ward.)
On March 5, 1999, Cruel Intentions was released, and four days later came a soundtrack with some truly memorable tracks, including Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You,” Blur’s “Coffee & TV" and Counting Crows’ “Colorblind.”