Gender bending is one of the lost arts. There was a period in the 90s when you couldn’t move in Hollywood for transvestism. It sort of became the default mode for any comedic scene. Chuck in a corset and a couple of fake boobs and BAM! You’ve got cinema gold. Although the subject of emotional turmoil, sexual identity and gender reassignment has been covered sensitively and dramaticly by some amazing films, you’re not going to find The Crying Game on this list. No, we’ve cobbled together our favourite horrifying gender bending scenes from film. Get out the fishnet stockings, folks!
I, Anna features tremendous performances by its leads, but this is not enough to sustain the viewer through a lackadaisical and uninteresting plot. Initially intriguing but ultimately forgettable, the film is never as thrilling, meaningful or insightful as it would like to be. Although it calls itself Film Noir, I, Anna is somewhere closer to beige.
Sorry, Robert Downey Jr., we went for the other guy with a ludicrously high number of syllables in his name
A character who happens to be called Sherlock Holmes, a character who happens to be called Dr Watson and a man who happens to be allowed to direct films have once again stumbled together in a sequel to the least faithful adaptation of all time. Still, it’s not as bad as the last one. Quite.
He’ll be cast opposite EVERY GOOD ACTOR.
And they’re RUBBISH
Game of Shadows finally Holmes to light
Paramount will be releasing Jason Reitman’s Young Adult on December 16, 2011. Woopah!