'Tabloid' -- 3 1/2 stars

<b>R; 1:28 running time</b><br><br> Cupid drew a sharply aimed arrow when he spied a South Carolina-born beauty queen and future tabloid superstar named Joyce McKinney, the subject of Errol Morris' latest study in magnificent obsession. The film goes by "Tabloid," and it's one of the director's most squirrely matchups of form and content. In 1975, 25-year-old McKinney was driving around Provo, Utah, behind the wheel of her Corvette when she saw the man of her dreams behind the wheel of his own 'Vette: 19-year-old Kirk Anderson. After a romance of sorts, Anderson relocated to England to do missionary work ¿ and to steer clear of the Southern belle who had insufficient respect for his Mormon temple garments. -- Michael Phillips<br><br>Read the <a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0712-tabloid-20110715,0,2279935.column>full review</a>

R; 1:28 running time

Cupid drew a sharply aimed arrow when he spied a South Carolina-born beauty queen and future tabloid superstar named Joyce McKinney, the subject of Errol Morris' latest study in magnificent obsession. The film goes by "Tabloid," and it's one of the director's most squirrely matchups of form and content. In 1975, 25-year-old McKinney was driving around Provo, Utah, behind the wheel of her Corvette when she saw the man of her dreams behind the wheel of his own 'Vette: 19-year-old Kirk Anderson. After a romance of sorts, Anderson relocated to England to do missionary work ¿ and to steer clear of the Southern belle who had insufficient respect for his Mormon temple garments. -- Michael Phillips

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