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Directed by John Waters

Musical Comedy, Dance Film, Period Film, Teen Movie - Rated PG - 90 Minutes - 1988

John Waters chooses the TV dance show craze of the early '60s for his playful focus in Hairspray. Given his fondness for unrestrained envelope pushing, Hairspray seems like a real departure in content, if not sensibility. Fans of glorious kitsch will no doubt consider Hairspray a fond favorite, while others may find it more of a whimsical curiosity than an effective social satire, but one gets the impression that the iconoclastic style-over-substance director might agree with them, too.

- Derek Armstrong