Pop icon and political activist Barbra Streisand takes aim at President Donald Trump in the lyric video for “Don’t Lie to Me.”
With expert comic timing and devastating charm, Urie plays an out-of-work gay actor who’s hired to work for Barbra Streisand.
Goldman scarcely offers any kind of negative or problematizing element, beyond the attempted suppression of Jewish-specific content from studio heads.
Warner rolls out the red carpet for the film on Blu-ray with a great A/V transfer and a solid helping of extras.
Because we all must learn the Barbra Streisand upside-down-headphone-choke.
If only the Colonel had let Elvis play Streisand’s John Norman, it might have been the camp classic closeted (very closeted) Streisand freaks insist it really is.
Barbra Streisand. Is. A Star Is Born. And two-shots have never been so completely arbitrary.