Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Drag queens gone wild

I first thought it would be the usual drag queen flicks where they will be just acting as drag queens because they witnessed a crime or something.

But I was totally wrong.

They brought the cliche story of drag queens to a notch higher level, no, much much higher level.

The company of Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes, and John Leguizamo shows the best part of being drag queens - fantabulous lifestyle, keen fashion sense, and that extravagant uniqueness.

What made the film more interesting maybe is the three's unique characters.

Patrick Swayze is Vida, the obsessive-complusive, life-intruder (in the most positive way), perfectionist draq queen.

Snipes, on the other hand, is the black drag queen, Noxeema, the usual black you see on TV, nagger, high fashion, individualist.

Leguizamo, Ms. Chichi, is the Latina beauty drag queen, the nonchalant, wild, and careless among the three.

One will surely love the film's humor.

Incomparabla, I should say.

A drag queen story only Swayze, Snipes, and Leguizamo do.