Billy the Kid vs. Dracula was a movie they showed us when I was in Vietnam. I don't remember if I watched much of the movie but there were several people who wanted to blow up the projector after it was done.
Common sense and deodorant are a lot alike. People who need it the most don't use it.
Wong Foo-ey was a Bad Remake of Priscilla (...but I suspect you already knew that)
Okay Ms. Threadkill, I don't agree at all. I liked them both. Both were movies about three people of alternative lifestyles on a road trip to a drag show. A remake in that sense but outside of that entirely different.
The Australian Priscilla was much more far-fetched as compared to the US Wong Foo. As in riding on top of the bus in the giant slipper, and their outlandish outfits. It was out there, I liked it, and I know movies aren't supposed to be reality, just comparing flicks. It was meant to be outrageous and lavish.
Wong Foo was real life, more of a comedy than meant to be outrageous like Priscilla, and I don't agree it was bad.
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