Like an even lower-budgeted version of its own predecessor, “Freeway II” is an acidic, gritty and undeniably funny (not in a haha way, in a
Director Jamie Babbit’s bubbly, incisive satire of gay conversion camps (which are, in reality, physical, emotional, psychological and sexual torture) is impressive for many different
Despite an uber-talented, all-star cast, the sure-handed direction of Natasha Lyonne and comedian Sarah Cooper’s impeccable timing, this is pretty much a waste of time.
It’s a bit of a shame that director Tamara Jenkins’s feature length inexperience shows throughout this movie, because at its heart, there’s a great little
It’s a shame that the marketing for this visually arresting horror film focused on the freakshow aspect of its storyline, as it suggests an empty,