If the hero of the summer action movie "Man of Steel" suffers an identity crisis, it’s no surprise: He’s wearing Superman’s cape, but he’s stuck with Batman’s existential angst. So is this glum exercise, which is big and loud, but not much fun.
Lucas Verga’s documentary about the consequences of legislative and religious homophobia in Uganda gives us a glimpse into the lives of Uganda’s besieged gays, and that nation’s deeply homophobic politics, through a lens of human sacrifice.
Closer to gonzo cult curiosities like "Skidoo" or "Million Dollar Legs" than it is to "Superbad," this will be hard to top. It won’t be the end, but maybe it should be.
Vince Vaughn co-writes and co-stars in a comedy vehicle so shaped and crafted for its time that the film is practically delivered to audiences in shrink-wrap packaging.