Gene O'Connor leads a double life: He's also Cheetah Chrome, the punk-rock legend with a legacy built on stints in Rocket From the Tombs and The Dead Boys.
"The spiritually uplifting vibe of roots reggae helped me through that and made me wanna share it with others." -- DJ Dan Dabber
It doesn't take an expert to see that Emilio Estevez's hagiography-cum-gimmicked drama is an inadequate venture, however well intentioned and larded with respectable actors.
Christopher Guest confuses plaintive with pathetic, and asks us to laugh at his banal cinematic vaudeville.
"Analog equipment in general could be a lot more of a problem, but it could be a lot more reliable depending on the situation. It's not a computer -- it's just a machine. If it works, it works properly."
Since this play is about the "secret" correspondence between Jackie and Marilyn, we get their funny, bitchy take on lots of celebrities.