No wire hangers ever!
Mommie Dearest is without a doubt the best film ever made. In a tour de force performance, Faye Dunaway channels the essence of lesbian movie star Joan Crawford more eerily than J.Z. Knight channels Ramtha. It was the role she was born to play. (Who cares if it ruined her career?) This masterpiece elevated camp to a new, unheard-of level, adorned it in classic Hollywood glamour, and gave raucous participatory audiences everywhere a use for those flimsy wire hangers you get from the dry cleaner.
Let’s mix up this truly scrumtrelescent gem of high cinematic art.
Tina! Bring me the axe!
Why can’t you give me the respect that I’m entitled to? Why can’t you treat me the way I would be treated by any stranger on the street?
Brilliant movie making to remember this Oscar Night®.
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