Have you ever loved a movie that was so bad, it was good?
That’s the beauty of art. Your taste is your own. Critic reviews and box office numbers don’t hold the special VIP Pass that is your taste.
Some movies speak to us on such a personal level and we relate so much to the story we feel we should be in the credits.
Slaves of New York did it for me back in 1989.
Codependence, struggling artists, drag queens, and 80’s fashion played by a cast of the very young and talented Bernadette Peters, Mercedes Ruehl and Steve Buscemi (to name a few).
Have you seen this cult classic?
So tell me — What movie does it for you?