The Goddess Bunny

The Goddess Bunny

A tour of Los Angeles, California's underground gay, lesbian, and transgendered nightclub scene, as hosted by Goddess Bunny, a deformed, tap-dancing transvestite.

A tour of Los Angeles, California's underground gay, lesbian, and transgendered nightclub scene, as hosted by Goddess Bunny, a deformed, tap-dancing transvestite. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alfin N (es) wrote: Talking to a paralyzed man who doesn't talk back-or as this story literally suggests: talking to a stone-certainly would never change anything for any woman.

Roger G (it) wrote: Absolutely phenomenal. My words here will not do justice to the movie itself. Go see it.

Lawrence G (gb) wrote: great movie. fun and over the top

Jacky L (au) wrote: dealt with so many subjects; an intriguing, enjoyable watch (minus the convenient marriage). and it suddenly hit me - doesn't lior ashkenazi look like steve carrell?! they're both hairy too!

Ramie T (br) wrote: I even like it better than la Ceremonie. To me it's the best Charbol-Isabelle film ever since Violette Noziere. I don't think everything needs explanation, but bits by bits the mystery is unfold and the last 10 minutes does explain everything. Can never forget Isabelle's performance during the last 10 minutes. The unsettling mood in the atmosphere is greatly enhanced by the mystery in the acting. No wonder why Charbol and Isabelle is a perfect match...

Chris D (it) wrote: A MUST for Bottom/Young Ones fans

Matt K (au) wrote: A very high quality movie. It was consistently tense and exciting throughout. I didn't feel for the main character as much as I felt the movie wanted to, but other than that, this movie is great.

The A (br) wrote: UHF has its moments, but sometimes it gets too weird for its own good.

Lynn S (ca) wrote: Watching this recent Royal Shakespeare Company production.

Bill T (jp) wrote: Film Noir which turns soft see, around the middle act. John Garfield is a champion boxer forced to flee town when he's accused of moidur he didn't commit (the first 1/4 half of this movie is almost impossible to explain, so much backstory and plot... but it's great!) He soon winds up in a Date farm in Arizona (!!?!?!) where he meets the Dead End kids... and well, things start going downhill from there. It starts to lose it's grit. Oh well, has the prerequisite homoerotic touches that curiously infuse the Dead End kids films, and even they can't save this, let alone Busby Berkeley.

Joao G (jp) wrote: Brrr... Renoir, que macabro. :-D

Jay M (ca) wrote: we should never release those terrorist savages... torture them forever! and torture them for fun

Charles G (it) wrote: Perplexed as to why it's a cult classic.

Wes S (br) wrote: More heads, more wild kills, but nothing terribly exciting outside your average Syfy monster flick. Though it does tend to have more fun and less snores than other Asylum shark flicks. Trejo is once again underused. It's wild, silly, and has non-stop action. Twist: The shark has five heads before it ends.

Greg H (mx) wrote: Sophomoric fun and decent animation with a star studded cast comedy geeks will, well geek out on. For (im)mature audiences.