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Arturo R (es)

One of Jim Carrey's best performace

Ben E (fr)

I would classify it as a Mormon Caper. Some awesomely cheesy moments here but overall I actually liked it quite a bit

Blake P (au)

And you're damn right he calls this a living. He's a smart director and a smart writer, as good at shocking as he is causing a guffaw. Waters loves to throw garbage at us, but he's good at it. Yes, "Polyester" is chintzy, but sometimes, even the trashiest of entertainment seems like some form of bizarre art. At first, it seems like a bunch of super messed up friends got together and decided to make a movie, but as the film continues, one realizes that Waters is actually a clever writer, and Divine is a star, especially when it comes to sniffing loudly (you've got to promote that Odorama, after all), making disgruntled moans, and being all around charismatic. Nothing about "Polyester" is remotely serious, and I like it all the more for it. Consider that Tab Hunter, yes, Tab Hunter, the Golden Boy of the 1950s teen movie, is her love interest; that her supposed BFF, portrayed by the indelibly lovable Massey, is nearly toothless; that the film, as part of a marketing stunt, came with Odorama scratch-and-sniff cards to give the viewers a realistic aromatic experience. Is there a right word(s) to accurately describe "Polyester"? Consider: our female lead is a poorly dressed drag queen who has no problem reminding us that she is, in fact, a man (always a running joke for Waters). But this time around, drama doesn't seem like the right kind of word by way of description. I know, I know, "Polyester" sorta kinda sounds like an extremely over-the-top drama even Bette Davis would have turned down. But after she meets Todd Tomorrow (Tab Hunter), a corvette driving businessman, things begin to look up. So after her life eventually goes completely down the shitter (and I mean completely), she spirals into an alcohol-fueled depression. She has no friends, besides the asinine Cuddles (Edith Massey), and her verbally abusive mother (Joni Ruth White) makes sure to frequently stop by the house simply so she can berate her. Her kids are maniacs: her daughter (Mary Garlington) is an aspiring go-go dancer knocked up by a hoodlum, while her son (Ken King), a glue-sniffer, is currently making media rounds as the Baltimore Foot Stomper. If you aren't so convinced of "Polyester"'s determination to give a sloppy kiss to the good old days of the campy melodrama, listen to this plot: overweight housewife Francine Fishpaw (Divine), who considers herself to be an atypical "good, Christian woman", is about to have a nervous breakdown: her dear husband, Elmer (David Samson), is the successful owner of a local porn theatre and an adulterer of the lowest common denominator. The film is satire, but it's also a love letter, a stan, if you will, of the Hollywood Golden Age chick flick. It ain't Bergman and it ain't Hill - instead, it's like a Joan Crawford sudser that bled internally after getting shot at a 711 but still decided to crawl to the nearest movie premiere to make an entrance with drama. Waters has said that he finds equal influence in high-brow art films and sleazy exploitation trash heaps, and "Polyester" combines the characteristics of the two with startling mastery. I've only witnessed the latter two - I'm too terrified to watch his earlier, more disgusting ventures - and it's impossible not to get a kick out of his filmmaking instincts. So, following "Polyester", he became increasingly mainstream friendly, his next venture being 1987's "Hairspray", which was, in turn, followed by "Cry-Baby" and "Serial Mom". Around the time "Polyester" came out (the early '80s, to be exact), he began to get bored with merely shocking people; he had ideas, dammit, and he was going to show the world! Making his favorite drag queen feast on dog poop for the sake of a jolt wasn't going to cut it anymore. I'm sure John Waters wanted it that way. "Polyester" is a sort of warped women's picture, something reminiscent of a forgotten late career Liz Taylor vehicle that everyone glances at for a moment only to go back to drooling over something "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" related

Carter S (nl)

I laughed, I cried, what more can you ask from one movie

Christopher B (ca)

I still need to see Hazard and Noriko?s Dinner Table, but from what I?ve seen, Sono has recently shot up my list of favourite working directors. Another amazing film from Sion Sono

emily h (mx)

Funny super cheesy but intentionally

Jennifer W (kr)

I lived those flms in my youth ,preferred the musicals

Olivia S (it)

Not bad but somewhat glad I did go see atThe movies!

Omar E (nl)

bit sad but inspiring

Sam H (nl)

really enjoyed this! love jet li, love the fighting and i sooo need to learn that trick he uses on the baddie at the end! :P will watch this again