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Brandon Alexander III,
Lauren Rose Lewis
During Varla's commercial for "Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready" dinners, the complete warning reads: "Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready is sold as a novelty item and is not intended for human consumption. Side effects of ingestion can included cancer, bleeding, enlargement of the heart, and second degree burns along the rectal cavity resulting in irreversible incontinence. Neither Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready nor it's parent company Overlord Conglomerates, is responsible for any injuries caused by the use, abuse or failure to use our products. Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready resulted in the injury or death of 100 of 100 laboratory animals tested. Users of Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready acknowledge through their use of said product, awareness of these deaths and the fact that these deaths were protracted and excruciatingly painful. Ingestion of Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready is consider an act of suicide and is therefore illegal in California, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and the European Union. Bizzy Gal Dinner's Ready contains trace elements of plutonium and as such is classified as raw weapons material under Pentagon Rule 3." See more »
The amount of cream on Varla's face while talking to Laurent outside during dinner changes between shots. See more »
Then what is it?
You know what it is... that family of four that you ran down.
It was a family of *six*, I only killed four... and who has a picnic in their own back yard?
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A comedy/drama with guys in drag playing the three female leads. Over the hill actress Evie Harris (Jack Plotnick) and her maid Coco (Clinton Leupp) bring in a housemate--young energetic Varla (Jeffrey Roberson). However it turns out Varla is the daughter of Evie's long-decreased rival. Coco tries to keep everything under control but it doesn't work.
The film is very funny--full of vicious bitchy humor which mostly works. Plotnick spits out toxic lines with ease, Leupp plays straight man most of the time and Roberson is full of life and energy. It moves quickly (it's only 80 minutes) has some incredible costumes and production design (Evie's house alone is a jaw-dropper) and has some nice eye candy from hunky Ron Mathews (playing Stevie--Evie's son). However some of the jokes fall flat (or are TOO vicious) and it takes an unwise turn to all out drama towards the end...but the VERY end is a happy one. A one of a kind and not really great but is worth catching.
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