mommie dearest

The actress opens up about Hollywood regrets in a rare interview.
One expects Shock -- with a capital 'S' -- when reading a book called The Mommie Dearest Diary -- Carol Ann Tells All. And actress Rutanya Alda's book, all about the nightmare of playing Joan Crawford's faithful maid opposite Faye Dunaway in the notorious 1981 camp classic, does not disappoint. All the rumors about Ms. Dunaway's grandstanding diva behavior are true, if Ms. Alda is to be believed.
There is no such thing as the perfect mother. We all make mistakes and learn from them. Most moms do not have supermodel figures after having two kids.
“It wasn’t accurate,” she told The Huffington Post last year. “It did not portray the essence of my book, and it changed
It showed me an adult life that was about parties and friends and sex and sparkling wit and messiness and creativity and longing for something outside of convention. It gave me the insatiable appetite to reach beyond my circumstances. It gave me a vista of what kind of life was possible for a homosexual like me.
I didn't realize I had a lot was riding on this little family jaunt to Venice Beach right up until the moment we arrived and nobody wanted to be there.
I was recently going through my favorite movies and realized I'm a huge homosexual. Ok, so maybe I didn't JUST realize that but I digress. I realized there certainly are some "gay classics" that have absolutely nothing to do with the gays at all.
Frank Sinatra, who, ironically enough, may or may not be Ronan Farrow's dad, according to Mia, is arguably considered one
Watch the original trailer for 1981's "Mommie Dearest," and check out our picks for other camp classics below: The unintended
2013-09-13-Screenshot20130913at2.51.42PM.pngI'm listing the most lovable turkeys/albatrosses/flaming chupacabras in gay cinema. These are horrid movies, and we should be thankful.
If one more over-processed middle aged lady shouts, "I love my gays," as if we are human accessories, I am going to lose it. It is important to have our stories told, and to not discourage those in media to bother trying, but we should stand with critics in asking for a fresh angle.
This week marks the 15th anniversary of "Armageddon," a movie so reviled it's only natural that its horde of cult followers
Behind the quintessential campy movie Mommie Dearest is a dark tell-all by Christina Crawford about her constant struggles with her abusive mother, legendary actress Joan Crawford. On this week's episode of Gwissues, Christina sets the record straight.
For more on Gwist, head here. 1. The Spousal Equivalent Game: Flaming Homosexuals vs. Stay-At-Home Lesbians Patrick and Pol
Mother's Day is around the corner, when you celebrate all the picture-perfect moments you're supposed to have enjoyed with mom. But possibly, quite possibly, that isn't your relationship to your mother at all. It certainly wasn't mine.
UPDATE: Due to Hurricane Sandy, the Camden Opera House performance of "Mommie Queerest" has been moved to Nov. 16. In addition
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"A Look Back" is a daily column that highlights a moment from fashion's fabulous past. Today's pick is of actress Joan Crawford