Take "West Side Story", "Grease", "American Graffiti" and "Happy Days", put them in a paper bag, shake them up, add a dose of John Waters and Bawlamer lifestyle, and you have "Cry-Baby". Only John Waters can get away with a cast that is as diversely talented. Ranging from Patricia Hearst (can't act her way out of the paper bag even if it's wet) over Traci Lords (yes, that one) to Johnny Depp, you'll experience everything from dismal to brilliant. Half a star off for the heavy hands of Hollywood suits who had to keep this romp at a PG-13. Some of John Waters' bite is, therefore, lost. Bottom line: A hoot. Oh, and hair... really big hair.