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.
May the (mass times acceleration) be with you.
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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