Our Rating: ★★★★☆
L Factor: Gender Bender
Short Take: When Miss America is kidnapped, FBI agents Gracie Hart and Sam Fuller are on the job. They must pose as drag queens as part of the investigation.
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Year: 2005
Duration: 115 min
Language: USA, Australia/English
MPAA: PG-13
Director: John Pasquin
Writer: Marc Lawrence, Katie Ford
Starring: Sandra Bullock, Regina King, Enrique Murciano, William Shatner, Ernie Hudson, Heather Burns, Diedrich Bader, Treat Williams, Abraham Benrubi, Nick Offerman, Eileen Brennan, Elisabeth Rohm, Leslie Grossman, Lusia Strus, Molly Gottlieb

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Miss Congeniality 2 Armed and Fabulous

Miss Congeniality 2 doesn’t really include any lesbian elements, but I recommend it here for the delight of watching Sandra Bullock straddle Dolly Parton and poke her breasts (trying to prove that she is an impersonator ๐Ÿ™‚

As can be expected, the film doesn’t surpass the original, but it’s still good for some laughs. FBI Agent Gracie Hart (Bullock) is back fighting crime, out of her pageant attire. She’s getting fan mail, inspiring women and girls, and is asked to be the new public face of the FBI.

Gracie doesn’t want to become ‘FBI Barbie,’ as she phrases it, but she’s in for another round of hair, makeup, dresses and the talk show rounds, becoming exactly that. Then Miss America is kidnapped, and Gracie and new partner Agent Sam Fuller (Regina King, If These Walls Could Talk II) are on the job. Fuller is a great addition, a strong woman with an anger problem!

A key to the investigation is a Dolly Parton look-a-like, causing the agents to pose as drag queens to get access to the drag club dressing room. Shortly afterward, they save the day and end the film with an encouraging message to just be yourself, regardless of societal pressures.

Also stars Diedrich Bader as Gracie’s very gay stylist, William Shatner, Treat Williams and Elisabeth Rรถhm (‘Law and Order’). (AB)