The chief appeal of this affectionate story is its embrace of those who are not thinner, richer and more glamorous than the moviegoers. show more
Veteran TV director Michael Lembeck slides the movie into a sitcom mode that only further deadens the thin material. While Vardalos and Collette shine in the musical numbers, why didn't he bother to give the musical sequences a bit of pizzazz? show more
The movie's queer delight is contagious. You'll exit lip-synching. show more
Nia & Toni Collette romp in this musical comedy. Both actresses are surprisingly great in a musical setting as well as playing the drag queens.