Movie Review: 'The House of Yes' | EW.com

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The House of Yes Parker Posey, with her camp-aristocratic hauteur, may never have a role that suits her as well as Jackie-O, a demented young woman obsessed with...The House of YesComedyR Parker Posey, with her camp-aristocratic hauteur, may never have a role that suits her as well as Jackie-O, a demented young woman obsessed with...1997-10-24Rachael Leigh CookFreddie Prinze Jr.Tori SpellingRachael Leigh Cook, Freddie Prinze Jr., Tori Spelling
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The House of Yes

Genre: Comedy; Starring: Genevieve Bujold, Josh Hamilton, Parker Posey, Tori Spelling, Rachael Leigh Cook, Freddie Prinze Jr., Tori Spelling; Director: Mark S. Waters; MPAA Rating: R

Parker Posey, with her camp-aristocratic hauteur, may never have a role that suits her as well as Jackie-O, a demented young woman obsessed with Jackie Kennedy. A kitsch melodrama that dares to make brother-sister incest sexy, the film suggests The Old Dark House reconceived by a Tennessee Williams junkie who is laboring under the notion that Williams’ plays are comedies. B