It's hard to be a provocateur when the level of public discourse has reached an all-time low, but John Waters keeps fighting the good fight (or is it the bad one?) in this ode to sexual diversity at its most, um, diverse
. Buttoned-up Baltimore housewife Sylvia Stickles (Tracey Ullman) has done her best to dodge the sexual revolution, but gets conscripted into the front lines after sustaining a head injury during a minor fender bender. The knock on the noggin transforms her into a nymphomaniac, puzzling her husband (Chris Isaak) and delighting their daughter Caprice (Selma Blair), whose off the bra-charts bazooms are all the rage at the roadhouse where she danc...