Wednesday, June 4 2014
That Hedwig is claiming so much success without losing its more challenging aspects and picking up “quadruple threat” Neil Patrick Harris in the process is nothing short of a miracle.
Monday, April 18 2011
Strange as it seems, Rabbit Hole derives a lot of its strength from its uplift.
Friday, October 13 2006
Shortbus underlines the problem of defining what's real in its use of sex as means and sign of pleasure.
Thursday, September 28 2006
Fabulous! might have been more accurately titled, "Assimilate! The Mainstream Commercial Success of Gay and Lesbian Cinema."
Sunday, January 1 1995
...reminds us that rock per se has a long history of celebrating alienation and ambiguity.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch's insight into the fluidity of gender is made all the more powerful by Hedwig's own attempts to puzzle through these conundrums. The film doesn't moralize, or try to give set answers.