Like Nine to Five, this week's candidate for Best Movie Ever is righteously ridiculous. It's sophisticated and bawdy as hell. In fact, it's a whole bunch of awesome dichotomies: wacky but meaningful, musical but conversational, broad but subversive, hilarious but concerned with very real taboos. And more than anything, it's fun, which is more than enough to qualify it for the finest film ever.
Victor Victoria, the adventurously frank, bawdy, and hilarious musical starring Julie Andrews as a poor singer who becomes the toast of Paris when she reinvents herself as gay Polish female impersonator Count Victor Grazinski, turns... Read Post
The first trailer for Rob Marshall's star-packed song-and-dance explosion Nine (in theaters this November) is finally out, and it's a whole lot of something. Music! Costumes! Is there a plot? Who cares! The movie -- an adaptation of... Read Post