In Romeo + Juliet, Titanic, and then for the rest of his career, he purposefully condemned his own hotness to death. Photo: 20th Century Fox Every week for the foreseeable future, Vulture will be selecting one film to watch as part of our Friday Night Movie Club . This week's selection comes from staff writer Rachel Handler, who will begin her screening of Romeo + Juliet on September 11 at 7 p.m. ET. Head to Vulture's Twitter to catch her live commentary, and look ahead at next week's movie here. Hello, and welcome to an extremely serious critical piece about Leonardo DiCaprio. First, allow me to establish my ethos as an academic. My CV includes decades of intensive study that some might describe as "maniacal," including an erotic awakening encouraged exclusively by Romeo + Juliet, biweekly viewings of both Titanic VHS tapes between the years 1998-2007, and a bisexuality spurred entirely by the angular visage of a young Leonardo DiCaprio. My graduate thesis was a semiotic analysis of Leonardo DiCaprio's headbands (no it was not). I am here today to posit the following: Over the course of his storied career, Leo has only allowed himself to play the young, androgynously… Read full this story
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