I really had no hesitation when I skipped this.movie. I draw the line at eating feces.
I do not blame you.This was infantile, stupid and pointless.Why this is considered important is a wonder.I cannot be bothered writing a review for it.on another note: I am having some problems writing comments on your blog. All my latest comments have disappeared.
The last comment I see from you was on Scenes from a Marriage. Has there been anything more recent? I went through a period where I had to change browsers (Foxfire) to get my comments to publish on your site as well. It somehow mysteriously fixed itself.
I know that I wrote on Frenzy and The Cars That Ate Paris and I think a few more. Cannot rule out though that the problem is on my side. I suspect my phone is not to keen on letting me write comments.
Indeed, nothing more need be said. This and Vinyl were the only two films to ever get a 1 out of 10 from me. After watching this, it actually disgusts me that John Waters is regarded as a living legend, and though I don't think I've seen any other of his films, I'll probably go out of my way to make sure that I don't after this one.
That is pretty much how I feel. I am not too squeamish, but there were parts so awful to look at I had to look away and fight gagging reflexes. I disliked Vinyl, but this was even worse. There are movies that are bad because of poor decisions and those can be fun. This was intentionally bad, made to disgust so there is no excuse.Let us just forget we ever watched this.
I get it, and I'm not a fan of this.But, and I mean this seriously and without any "gotcha," you should track down the original Hairspray, which is fun and very much has its heart in the right place.
I have heard good things about Hairspray, but somehow never got an opportunity to watch. This sound like a good enough pretext.As long as it is nothing like Pink Flamengos.