1. David Edelstein reviews Gregg Araki’s Kaboom: "With all its eye candy and over-the-top innuendo, Kaboom is  borderline camp, but I’m happy to say that it never spills over. For  starters, camp was created to satirize so-called heterosexual “normalcy”  — whereas what’s normal here is fluid or undeclared. The movie doesn’t have any straight straights to parody. The characters’ emotions are pure, their libidos purer.” View in High-Res

    David Edelstein reviews Gregg Araki’s Kaboom: "With all its eye candy and over-the-top innuendo, Kaboom is borderline camp, but I’m happy to say that it never spills over. For starters, camp was created to satirize so-called heterosexual “normalcy” — whereas what’s normal here is fluid or undeclared. The movie doesn’t have any straight straights to parody. The characters’ emotions are pure, their libidos purer.”

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