I was bored with Paul Schrader‘s The Walker, which you can’t help but unfavorably compare to Schrader’s very similar American Gigolo (’80). Woody Harrelson‘s lead fellow, an effete Southern- fried gay guy, is a huge problem. That measured Southern drawl of his, for one thing — he delivers 80% of his lines with the same inflections. And the toupee, especially. No self-respecting gay man today would wear a rug that looks like so much like a rug. It’s the kind of thing that follically-challenged actors used to wear in Hollywood films of the ’50s and early ’60s.