It would be impossible to overpraise Anna Magnani’s performance.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: nobody hits rock bottom like Susan Hayward.
If the original version of The Prom had zazz—Ryan Murphy’s adaptation barely achieves fizz.
The camp elements here–including Susan Hayward’s performance–are undeniable, yet I WANT TO LIVE is a sincere and important movie.
Featuring Barbara Stanwyck’s blood-chilling performance, this may be the greatest Film Noir ever.
In this rarely seen 1958 remake of Morning Glory, Susan Strasberg does not prove herself the next Katharine Hepburn.
The lead role is a wonderful fit for Ginger Rogers, who plays it with brassy charm and a laudable sense of humor.
Camp is the lens through which this film is best examined, including an utterly bewildering cross-pollinating of genres.
BOYS could be seen as the gay equivalent of SHOW BOAT—hugely important, and now extremely problematic.
All About Eve continues to hold an undeniable and lasting interest for gay viewers.