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#157459 - 05/22/07 08:15 AM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: roadrunner]
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I went out for the first time last night - and saw a few drag queens

at the paramount club - they were drawing attention to their show.

one - had such a Rita Hayworth quality - aka Gilda -

long gown - fur coat - sparkles - hair to match -

I caught her looking at me - and she tossed her head away -

it was really sweet - nearly like Doris Day in the 50s

but also a twinge of lonely - she was sitting there alone

she had a REALLY MALE VOICE - and a very hairy chest -

so - not only was it an anything goes fun place -

it drew me in - I sat for a bit - and in walked a big towering drag queen with a boofant (spelling)

she had a drink - and as she entered drew a breath closed her eyes and just yelled

Alright! (like I am here) and sort of took the room over - and a bunch of us chuckled ---

reminded me of Joan Rivers -----"Enter the room talking....."

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#157460 - 05/22/07 08:18 AM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: markgreyblue]
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i still think my favourite drag moment was in Toronto

when a very overweight singer - had center stage - and

her heel broke - unintentionally - and she fell with a boom

on his butt -

and quickly all the characters -
shifted to make the scene work

howls of laughter - including theirs... \:\)



Edited by markgreyblue (05/22/07 08:21 AM)
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#157461 - 05/22/07 08:20 AM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: markgreyblue]
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i'm not a huge fan of drag - but this just came to mind.

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#157470 - 05/22/07 09:47 AM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: roadrunner]
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Love it in "The Birdcage" when the two characters are practicing acting straight...

Alby: "What about those Dolphins!!!"

Alby impersonating John Wayne is great....the comments are better:
"I never realized John Wayne walked like that"



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#157645 - 05/22/07 10:56 PM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: Still]
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Originally Posted By: Robbie Brown
Caddie Shack...cuz i'm a shallow ditz. And wouldn't it be cool if were real?!


HAHAHA! That's what I was gonna say was my favorite before I saw your post! Rodney Dangerfield is hysterical in that.

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#157646 - 05/22/07 11:00 PM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: EGL]
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But my favorite "serious" movies are:

1. Places In The Heart
2. Sophie's Choice
3. To Kill A Mockingbird
4. Forrest Gump
5. Pride and Prejudice (the BBC miniseries version)
6. Good Will Hunting

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#157653 - 05/22/07 11:54 PM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: EGL]
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i once saw Meryl Streep (Sophie's Choice) in a movie house -

she was with her family?

Our eyes kind of met - and she kind of winked \:\)

I think the film was Beauty and the Beast -





Edited by markgreyblue (05/22/07 11:54 PM)
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#157764 - 05/23/07 02:07 PM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: EGL]
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Originally Posted By: EGL
But my favorite "serious" movies are:

......
3. To Kill A Mockingbird
...


OMG! My ALL time favorite serious movie!!! I've owned it for years.

Is there some reason we CSA kids like that so much? DannyM listed it too.

And I met Robert Duval once at the VIP lounge at the Munich Airport (1986)...I only talked to him about this movie. He said it was special to him too.

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#157812 - 05/23/07 03:38 PM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: Still]
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i really liked this book

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#157817 - 05/23/07 03:52 PM Re: i lied! my favourtie movie of all time is... [Re: markgreyblue]
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Robbie, I think there are several reasons CSA survivors can identify with "To Kill A Mockingbird" so much. The whole premise of the book and later movie is that something whose sole purpose is to give joy is thoughtlessly killed. When looked at from the point of view of a CSA survivor, we see the parallels with our own childhood experience - we were a gift from God to give joy, yet we had our innocence killed.

Additionally, we see in Scout, Jem, and Dill, children who are having to learn about the ugliness of the world all too soon in their young lives. Again, the parallels with our own CSA experience is obvious.

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