It's a very enjoyable comedy with an all star cast, the combinations of both writer Stephen Beresford and director Matthew Warchus together produce what I think is a very insightful piece of comedy drama because its ever so uplifting and self righteous, you really feel what is trying to be achieved from this and its a subject matter which is very recognisable and people can relate to it.
Since its based off historical events it's also good educationally for those who don't know about Gay Pride and Gay activism of the 1980's to get involved and learn about it, and have a laugh with it because the comedy is so effortlessly put into it that your not supposed to shy away from it, you just need to embrace it for what it is and enjoy it. Its one of the many wonders of life.
I think what Pride also sets out to achieve is not to be afraid of who you are. If you're gay. You're gay! it's who you are, and if there's anyone who think its right to tell you otherwise of think thats wrong, don't let them tell you otherwise because you can't help who you are. Characteristics which are shown throughout several characters in the film which shine through and communicate this message in terms of action, speech, direction and boldness.