Tired of all these male-driven comedies? Then follow Cher's advice: Snap out of it.
Is "Victor/Victoria" a tad too sophisticated in its exploration of gender politics, sexuality, and role reversal for a film set in the '30s? Maybe. But you can't deny the pure joy of watching Julie Andrews' screwball chops, heartfelt ballads, and amazing rapport with Robert Preston. If that moxie wasn't enough, please gawk at Lesley Ann Warren's unspeakably fabulous performance as gangster moll Norma, whose screechy needs and nightmarish sex drive are just divine.