Mine- 12 Angry Men
What movie could you envision with an all gay cast?
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The Greatest Story Ever Told
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A Few Good Mens
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They already made that, R4. It's called Boys in the Band.
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Friday the 13th, Part 7.
Oh, it already was.
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(No, the risible "Another Gay Sequel" doesn't count; it's as though homophobes made that.)
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Where the Boys Are '84 (the one with the hot giy in the Speedo named "Conan.")
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The Go-Between-hands down. Two hunky guys sending love letters to each other during the repressed Victorian era...
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12 Angry Men would become "12 Angry Bitches with Pursed Lips and Major 'Tude."
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Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff?
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"Suddenly, Last Summer" would be wild. Lots of mental illness, avarice, sensuality and catty lines.
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Thelma and Louise
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12 Angry Men, the heart-wrenching story of a dozen aging queens who arrive at the concert venue only to find out that Liza has canceled for that night.
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How to Marry a Millionaire
Three Coins in the Fountain
The Best of Everything
Come Fly With Me
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The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love
Better than Chocolate
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The Vampire Lovers
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Debbie does Dallas
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Birth Of A Nation
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"Eyes Wide Shut".
Oh wait, already happened.
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Looking For Mr Goodbar
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March of the Penguins
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The Trouble With Angels
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[quote] 101 Dalmations
Sorry to go off topic, however, the dog breed is spelled "Dalmatian" with an "a".
The dogs were originally from Dalmatia, a historical region of Croatia.
To return the thread to its rightful topic, I would offer up "Dreamgirls" as a movie that could use an all gay cast.
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Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte.
Die, Die, My Darling.
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Alice Sweet Alice
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Fiddler on the Roof
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Twilight Cruising: Male Vampires get their snacks by luring gay closeted guys cruising for sex into a dark forest of sex, lust and blood.
I agree with a previous poster that the gay spring break theme deserves more than that dreadful Another Gay Sequel shit. You could either go the horror splatter route (in a way of The Hills Have Eyes with a group of gays on their way to Spring Break are getting chased by a clan of homophobic deformed inbreds killing gays for their cult) or a light rom-com drama route with sexy guys or a Gosford Park style of drama with a gay resort's staff as main characters who have to deal with all those spring break tourists.
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Bringing Up Baby
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"If I Were A Rich Gay..
deedle didle deedle didle deedle didle didle dum..."
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On The Beach
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7 Brides for 7 Brothers (unless ChiChi LaRue has already done it).
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All About Eve
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I know what you did last summer
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Porgy & Bess
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Shallow Grave. If you have seen this, you know it already has every ingredient to make a perfect all-gay movie.
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The Atlantis Adventure
"Underwater, I'm a very skinny queen!"
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"Twilight" and "New Moon".
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R2 wins HANDS DOWN! And in that vein...
12 Angry Mens
3 Mens and a Baby
All the President's Mens
Mens in Black
Dead MEns Don;t wear Plaid
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The Magdalene Sisters
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When you say all gay cast, you mean gay actors in the movie as is, or rewriting the movie with a gay slant?
I think a feisty, witty gay cast in something like Murder By Death would be a hoot.
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Valley of the Dolls
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Sex and the City
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One flew over the cookoo's nest.
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Young Frankenstein or Blazing Saddles.
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The Breakfast Club
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I Was A Playboy Centerfold
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7 Brothers for 7 Brothers
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I *have* been picturing all kinds of gay sex on The Pacific. When I'm alone. You know.
Does that count?
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"The Go-Between-hands down. Two hunky guys sending love letters to each other during the repressed Victorian era..."
The author who wrote the book the movie is based on was gay
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I could see a gay version of Pretty Women about a male hustler
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R63 Either/or - or both
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As was the adult Go-Between in the film, Mr Redgrave.
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And the male lead of The Go-Between, Alan Bates, was bisexual, yes?
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Here's a video clip from the all-male version of Grease performed by the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC.
The clip convinced me that an all-gay movie of Grease would be fun.
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Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
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Pride and Prejudice
Goldicocks and the Three Bears
The Wizard of OZ
ET (gay alien, of course!)
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Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
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The Hurt Locker
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Saturday Night Fever
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My Man Godfrey.
Seriously, the first time I watched it, I thought the story would be better if it were only between men... and better looking, too.
I also always thought that a Streetcar Named Desire would be better with an hysterical, depressive Gay man instead of Blanche Dubois.He would be attracted in spite of himself to magnetic, animalistic, homophobic, chauvinistic pig Stanley, of course, played by Marlon Brando.
And any classic fairy tales for children. Can remain an approrpiate family-oriented, nice lovey-dovey story but with two guys.
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Clift as Sebastian DuBois
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R85, that's some brilliant casting. You are a genius!
No disrespect to Vivien Leigh, but Montgomery Clift would be even better!
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Once Upon a tim in Mexico
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The Devil Wears Prada
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
A Chorus Line
Little Miss Sunshine
the Trouble with Angels
Trilogy of Terror (just to see the cross eyed bitch parodying karen black as the little fuckers stab him to death)
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Breakfast at Tiffany's, definitely.
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The Nun's Story
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Angels and Demons
The Shoes of the Fisherman
anything with collars or miters!
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ALL OF THEM BITCHES!!!!
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Um... done and done.
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"White Squall" with an all Bel-Ami cast.
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The Godfather Part I, II, III
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Another vote for "Seven Guys for Seven Brothers" - wonderful, wonderful gay!
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Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe
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"I also always thought that a Streetcar Named Desire would be better with an hysterical, depressive Gay man instead of Blanche Dubois.He would be attracted in spite of himself to magnetic, animalistic, homophobic, chauvinistic pig Stanley, of course, played by Marlon Brando"
Most Tennessee Williams movies and plays would work if the female characters were made into gay men
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The Boys in the Band
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Yep, can't deny that R 103.
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Giant. Oh, wait...
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Dawson's 50 Load Weekend at Bernie's.
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[italic]Diary of a Mad Housewife[/italic]—A remake of the 1970 dark comedy about an unappreciated, upper-class wife whose seemingly gay hubby [Richard Benjamin] and lover [Frank Langella]—light years ahead of the NBC comedy series [italic]Frasier[/italic] (which showcased two very prim and fey men who were considered [italic]brothers[/italic])—who fail to give the film's heroine [Oscar-nominated Carrie Snodgress] her due respect.
[italic]The Promise[/italic]—A remake of the 1979 love weepie—about two hopeless souls so saddeningly and overwhelmingly in love—who are separated by tragedy yet perhaps destined for a reunion. It's about the power of love, accompanied originally by a Melissa Manchester track and starring Kathleen Quinlan, Stephen Collins, and Beatrice Straight.
[italic]Top Gun[/italic]—A remake of the 1986 cheesefest about pilot who use planes in substitution of their repressed sexual desire for one another. They go to such lenghts in which one of them [Anthony Edwards]—before dying tragically and predictably—is married to a boyish blond [Meg Ryan], and the maverick hero [Tom Cruise] of this flick is having a "relationship" with his own butch blond bitchfriend [Kelly McGillis]. Of course, the inevitable occurs where maverick must choose between his "friend" and—no, not his bitchfriend—but his enemy [Val Kilmer].
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Present your hole 2
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I thought according to datalounge that all movies always have an all gay cast
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Top Gun would absolutely work as a gay film. Actually, it's pretty gay as it is.
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Sunset Boulevard. Norma Desmond is basically a drag queen, anyway.
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"'White Squall' with an all Bel-Ami cast.
Wouldn't that be somewhat redundant considering the original cast.
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White Squall is like gay porn without the sex
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OK: A Gayer cast.
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* SUPERMAN starring little Henry Cavill (could even be renamed [bold]Sperm[/bold]an, or Fabulousman)
* LORD OF THE RINGS (hobbitses and elfses doing anal...yum!)
* MAGIC MIKE (imagine [bold]your[/bold] hands on Matt Bomer, Alex Pettyfer, Joe Manganiello, Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum! Not to mention their sweaty bulges grinding into your face. BOING!!!!)
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The Good, The Bad & The Ugly. That could be one hot gay-sex romp.
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The Poseidon Adventure. A Gay cruise ship on its last voyage... Upside down!
Linda Rogo (ex-prostitute married to a cop), Belle Rosen (the Shelley Winters character), and Noni (the singer of "Morning After") would be really interesting as gay men.
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Who's Afraid of Virgina Grrr Woof!
Starring Zach Galafinakis, John Goodman, James Gandolfini and Seth Green as three bears and their cub have a weekend of fighting, drinking and bitchery.
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My Dinner With Andre
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Weekend at Bernie's.
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Assuming The Wizard of Oz were to be remade with an entirely gay (and/or "allegedly gay") ensemble, who would you cast?
* Auntie Em
* Auntie Em's gruff hubby (Uncle Henry)
* The Lead Munchkin
* The Tin Man
* The Scarecrow
* The Cowardly Lion
* The Wizard
* The Wicked Witch
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"It's A Wonderful Life" leaps to mind first, I think at least a gay version would be at least as interesting as the crashingly boring original. Maybe "The Cowboys" or "McClintock!" or any John Wayne movie--just get rid of all the female roles and actresses and retain plenty of spanking. Or perhaps "A Christmas Carol" where Scrooge is renamed Screw and Richard Simmons plays his maid. Maybe Christopher Meloni, Tom Selleck and Robert Conrad could play the 3 Christmas spirits and they all come out of the closet at the end and dismiss Christmas as a bunch of hypocritical bullshit. Tiny Tim could be played by a guy doing a Tiny Tim impression of the long haired freaky soprano on Laugh In and The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. When Tiny Tim "gets better" he turns into Tim Tebow. The end is a huge Ziegfeld style extravaganza where everyone comes out and dances with the Rockettes doing the song "Prisoners of Love" from the "Producers"--this is in place of the party where Scrooge goes to his nephew's dinner party. Instead Screw's nephew comes to the extravaganza and comes out to his uncle and strips naked and starts jacking off to end the movie.
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R123 Oh, could others maybe have a chance to play?
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