Girls Will Be Girls
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Absolutely nothing is sacred in this explosively funny and wicked comedy featuring award-winning* performances by three of Hollywood's funniest actresses: Jack Plotnick, Clinton Leupp and Jeffery Roberson! Nothing stirs up the competitive spirit in haggard Hollywood has-been Evie Harris (Plotnick) like having to share a house with a younger actress like Varla (Roberson). Especially sinceVarla happens to be the daughter of Evie's now-deceased rival! But even as their saner roommate, Coco (Leupp), attempts to keep the peace, Evie's jealousy over Varla's burgeoning infomercial career is about to explode in the most spectacular, showstopping way possible!
- Deleted scenes montage
- "Girls Will Be Girls: Becoming the Girl" featurette
- "Let the Girls Be Your Guide": hilarious interactive menus
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The "As-tro-phy-si-cist" line is the best one, it had me stop the movie and laugh like a madman, it was unbelievable!!!
Then, when Evie (it's all about Evie tonight) tries to bed the guy she had the accident with, she throws him all the names of "shows" she's been in, including the (soon-to-be-on-dvd and raise-your-hand-if-you've-ever-seen-it-does-it-really-exist-?) "Bewitched" spin-off "Tabitha"!!!!LOL, if there's something no-one has even seen, including this guy, then that's it!
The cons are that some plots are really unbelievable and distract from the movie, like how can Varla the fat one not see she's being pimped, ripped-off by the stinker and let him get away with her money, and the hunk (Evie's son) let him get away with his shoes? Hello??
Oh by the way, referring to the only long bad review here, there are loads of shows where straight men play VERY effeminate men. No-one complains (well, some do). And if there is someone who can do this kind of movie which mocks and plays around with stereotypes of gay many and drag queens, it's just them: drag queens. You don't complain when black people call themselves n****rs in movies, right? Between them apparently it's ok so those points fall flat.
On the other hand, yes this movie is crass, has very cruel jokes about abortion and rape (although at the end, when Coco still marries his ex-doctor/rapists, Edie points out just like that "still, he raped you" which is totally hilarious, like most lines from the movie) and you won't like it if you're not able to get over it and take it for what it is, a b-movie comedy played by drag queens out of which you get what you expect.
Take a couple of hours off your life and serious world and enjoy it.