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[hugging Tony on bed]
I learned to adapt. I even have sex with women.
Women? How many women?
10 or 12.
10 or 12?
I had to make it convincing. It's been seven years.
Eight is convincing, 12 is enjoying it.
I was thinking of you every time.
Oh, yes, how did you ever stop from shouting my name?
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Imagine you're back in high school at your senior prom. Now imagine the lame drag act that the football team does every year at this prom. Stuffed bras, bad wigs, bad makeup, and lumbering moves. Now imagine turning that into a full length feature film. And that's how you get "All the Queens Men".
This is one of the worst films I have ever seen. This is dumb on every level in every way. HORRIBLE script. HORRIBLE idea. HORRIBLE acting.
Who is the demographic for this piece of crap? If you like Matt LeBlanc, don't see this. If you like Eddie Izzard, (and I can't imagine why anyone would), don't see this. If you like WWII movies, don't see this. If you comedies, don't see this. If you like dramas, don't see this. If you like drag, don't see this. If you don't like drag, don't see this. Basically, just don't see this awful learning disabled film.
If you have two hours of your life that you don't need for anything else whatsoever, still DON'T SEE THIS FILM!!! Just sit in the dark and stare off into space!!!
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