A fan of LGBT+ cinema, animation and musical theater.
TV star decorates his parents house and reconnects with his ex-girlfriend. His gay brother gets about 20 minutes of screen time and most of the jokes. It’s pleasant but there’s minimal plot. Everyone’s just waiting for important phone calls. The conflict comes from the manic-depressive mother. She’s darker than most Hallmark characters.
A mumbly David Bowie goes on tour while obsessing over his mentally ill brother. This unauthorized biopic suffers from hack writing, a lack of music and a charisma free star.
REPORTER: What’s this All The Madmen Album actually about?
(David Bowie flashes back to his mentally ill brother.)
DAVID BOWIE: I don’t know.
(David Bowie puts on a dress, snorts cocaine, stares into a mirror)
(Rinse and repeat for 109 minutes).