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...When a certain drag queen made her cameo (you'll know it when you see it). The fact that this movie squanders the talents of such an obviously talented cast makes it feel like an embarrassment. I love RuPaul's Drag Race, Katya, Bianca Del Rio, Shangela, Cheyenne Jackson, Rachel Dratch: nearly the entire cast (except the guy who plays Rex, Paul Hault? who was both overused and irritating in this movie) but they need a script that makes use of their comedic chops. While Bianca Del Rio and Katya are absolutely hysterical in certain contexts their dialogue does them no favors and the plot allows them no chances to be clever. Rachel Dratch's Debbie comes off like a 2-D small-town caricature. I wanted to like this movie and I feel like with the right people at the script level the cast could really shine, however Hurricane Bianca is a storm in which the lightning did not strike twice, (or once, if we're being honest).
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