My (quick) take on Behind the Candelabra: Debbie Reynolds, Dan Aykroyd, Cheyenne Jackson, Scott Bakula and Rob Lowe are delicious; Matt Damon has incredible, Emmy-worthy depth and makes it all worthwhile; Michael Douglas is two-dimensional and miscast; the entire movie is more in the vein of Magic Mike (which was great fun, but I was expecting more from a biopic) than [fill in any other Soderbergh movie]; and it's ludicrous to call it a "love story." The genre is more closely horror. What a completely unhealthy relationship...from, "Hi, nice to meet you!" to alleged deathbed farewell. It definitely held my interest, it just wasn't shaded. Bad wigs.