Uhm, what are the writers thinking? This is such a good show! Why such nonsense now?
My favorite episode of them all so far! Tammé is a great character, and the moment with her son was lovely, simple and heartwarming.
This was so extremely cute! I enjoyed it more than the movies.
I just love Kelsey SO MUCH!
Near the end, after things go back to normal and they are walking to school, how come Koshiro and Kaga have their umbrellas open and it's raining on them, but Ayumi has her umbrella closed, and not a single drop around her? Then, when she talks to Kaga in private, why does he leave her with his umbrella and goes out running into the rain, when she has got one of her own?!
Yes, yes, Yvie's trick was creative and fun, but I really gagged at Brooke Lynn's catsuit. Talk about glam!Also, A'Keria was amazing. I thought she was better than Yvie, even if she did not have the weirdo factor going for her. But Brooke Lynn was a little disappointing in her lipsync, she always does the same things over and over. Yvie really did try to bring something new into it, it was very enchanting to watch. Yvie deserved the crown, overall, simply for pushing things forward.
Now... Silky was sort of a mess in all her looks, wasn't she?
Now, I thought the structure of the show was not as entertaining as I wished it was. I enjoyed the lipsyncs, and the call to pride, but everything else was kind of... meh?
Very reminiscent of Japanese cult-classic Audition. But with the interesting twist of a collaboration.
I hoped Ra'Jah would redeem herself, she didn't. And it is shocking how mean they all were to Scarlet. I mean, surely, she was cocky, but never harmed anyone or said anything behind their back, or stirred things up! Also sad how I think Brooke Lynn was the one to speak positively about Yvie, because it felt like no one else would? This was the shadiest cast of all, I think. Because these were not spur of the moment feuds that resulted in loud, dramatic bursts, but they were really hurtful towards one another and carried this hurt all the way back home. I don't think these girls will be friends or get to share careers in the way other drag race girls are known to do.
Despite not being very stylish, this is an incredibly fun movie, and I am really happy to have taken the time to watch it. It is a short feature that showcases some of the most beloved horror trends of the 80's, and it has a rather funny script as well! Some elements were just strange and amusing (that weird painting in the Goldman house?), which made it remarkable and gave me and my friend endless reasons to talk about the movie for hours after.Thanks, IMS Paulista for choosing this film as their cinema contribution to the 2019 Virada Cultural!
The critiques to Shuga were very unfair, in my opinion. I thought she did just as well as her teammates. She should not have been in the bottom! The rigging of this game is getting more and more clear.Anyway, I hope she is voted Miss Congeniality.
"My cousin Susan didn't realize she could sing until her 40s!" I don't know I thought this was so funny, but I did, ahahaha.
Silky makes Untucked incredibly annoying to watch. She is always salty about something, and when the video came out she was positively jealous. How can a person so full of horrible feelings make anyone laugh?
That lip sync was the best entertainment I've had in a year, and I completely disagree with Silky placing above Nina for Snatch Game. Nina] was so much better! She was funnier, better planned, and far more interesting to watch.
Above all things, it's just very relatable.
I had never laughed out loud watching Untucked before Brooke Lynn and her pillow fort, ahahahah.
I cried with Plastique, loved to see Alyssa, adored Nina's legs (seriously, they looked amazing, she needs to display them more often!), and hated Ra'Jah's guts - why does she need to put everyone down all the time? Ugh.However, the episode was fun, I love design challenges and RA'JAH IS GONE SO YAY. I would be very upset if Akeria went home, because I love her aesthetics. It's so Queen of The Damned!
Very promissing beginning... finally, we ride! I am excited to see where this will go.
This was extremely upsetting.I wonder if Mercedes left the show due to some new role? She is great, I hope to see her on screen again soon!
I thought that reveal at the end was pretty cool. And MG's storyline was quite interesting.
This movie has a great combination of a fun story, funny main character and a good message. I can't find a flaw with it, and I think it's not so much a rom-com parody, but a twisty rom-com, where romance happens not between two people, but between one person and herself. And yes, everyone has been saying this forever, but it has not really translated into movies, until these recent Netflix films (Nappily Ever After, Dumplin' and Isn't It Romantic). I like what they are doing, and I want more.
If you can't love yourself, how in the hell you're gonna love somebody else, right?
How in the world could Hope not see that gigantic disgusting thing stuck to her boot? I notice every tiny leaf that gets stuck to my shoes, come on.
Such a pity the editing is weird, the story is just so entertaining! And the characters are all easy to get into, I was curious about everyone at every moment, the plot about the phone frauds is that intriguing!Unfortunately, the editing made it confusing to tell the difference between flashbacks of the past and simultaneous events. Also, the soundtrack was not great either... and I still enjoyed the movie! Definitely worth checking it out.
Cuter than I expected! I think I will enjoy this.
So, after all of that, this is it? How underwhelming.
This was extremely uninteresting, and it has nothing to do with Manila's absence (though that certainly helps). The challenge itself was not that great, the script was not funny at all. The bad acting actually barely affected the results. To make matters worse, I did not like any outfit on the runway either... what a yawn.
I loved this challenge. And I'm surprised they managed to complete it, I do not think I could! I would not know where to start were I facing a blank room like that. It was a very complicated and fun challenge, and I hope RuPaul uses this idea again in the future!
Now, I'm not sure what was up with that lip-sync, but in regards of what it came down to, I can only say "Good riddance". Ugh.
It's a weird experience to enjoy a show that can make you feel so uncomfortable.
Some may say it's a cheap stunt and blah, but I bought EVERTYTHING AND LOVED IT.
Must specify my adoration for Farrah's outfit though. She was living the pop star fantasy to the fullest, and was great at it!
I enjoyed the episode. The drama and adrenaline were high, a lot of things happened at once, and every character got something out of their development. Now, if this is mid-season break, one has to wonder where the show will go for it's finale climax. I mean, how do you top a baby delivered in the middle of a shoot out?
The bitches plotting to get Manila. YOU NEVER WILL!