Connie and Carla Reviews
Okay, so I'll describe to you the censored scene the way I saw it. Connie and Carla decide to come clean..."We're not really men masquerading as women, we are women masquerading as men masquerading as women!" Said they, to which a room full of drag queens replies, "B.S." and "Prove it!"
So, the two girls flash their breasts, and the drag queens flash theirs back, as if to say, "That proves nothing, we can buy those." So then they unzip their pants, and, off camera, obviously reveal their girl hhududus.
This causes a room full of disgusted drag queens, as funny a scene as I've seen shot, but they are then convinced. Of course, now, not even that could straighten out the business at hand. One could now also buy a hruddudu, so I don't know whether this movie is now prophetic, or a side track. Either way, it's a good buddy movie, with Broadway hits.
Despite not actually being one to my knowledge, the movie just feels like a watered-down remake, without any bite or novelty to it whatsoever. While it's never offensive and is at times genuinely funny there's just nothing that really stands out. A moment worth noting is a very fun cameo by Debbie Reynolds, who still has plenty of musical talent to dispense but that comes towards the end of the picture. You won't be angry or bored while watching "Connie and Carla" but this is the type of movie you rent on a lazy day, not the kind that you rush out to see in the theatre or even buy on home video. (Dvd, April 22 2013)