I havent seen it and dont think I would like it.
Frankly, all the gay themes are played out completely.
First it was the 'run away with the gay circus' counter-culture movies like Warhols, and frankly his pretty much sucked ass but for a few. There were a lot of 'under the radar' gay characters in movies for a while, usually villain-lite.
Then came all the crap in the eighties with fifty million ways to whine about AIDS.
Then after came all the dozens of coming out stories. I guess I have to give Fierstein credit for Torch Song and Waters for comedy, sort of.
And then we got all the art house movies which is fine if you like art-house but no matter how good they may be, they arent commercially driven or marketable.
This came with all the white-washing later, where people are trying to make gay movies for straights, maybe the dumbest thing ever (exception being Birdcage)
And love stories, which even gays dont wanna watch, probably because the idea exposes some contradictions in the lifestyle. 'Love' is a youth theme which makes people uncomfortable. No one wants to watch a movie about a 40 year old man finding love again with a 30 year old man because even Hollywood cant make a long term gay relationship in middle age believable. Which is how you end up with hybrids like 'Call me.."
If a movie focuses on the gayness of a character, its a gay movie. If its just a gay character, its not exceptional enough to notice. It sort of demonstrates how little there really is to say about the lifestyle, with maybe exception to "Party Monster"...