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Classic Films with a Gay Twist

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Mallrats (1995)

Two best friends (Jason Lee and Jeremy London) have been dumped by their boyfriends (David Schwimmer and Val Kilmer). They go to the mall to find comfort and hopefully win their boyfriends back.

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2 hours ago, jinsinna13 said:

Mallrats (1995)

Two best friends (Jason Lee and Jeremy London) have been dumped by their boyfriends (David Schwimmer and Val Kilmer). They go to the mall to find comfort and hopefully win their boyfriends back.

You've got to turn this one into a screenplay.

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"Witness"(1985) Detective John Book (Harrison Ford) becomes involved with Adam (Kevin Bacon) a young Amish farmer.

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Casablanca (1942)

Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman) returns to Casablanca to see her ex-girlfriend, Rita Blaine (Rita Hayworth). Ilsa asks Rita's help to help her wife, Victoria Laslo (Hedy Lamarr), sneak back into America in order to continue her work.

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Weekend at Bernie's (1989)

After discovering his boss is dead, Richard Parker (Jonathan Silverman) tries to get intimate with Jacob Saunders (David Schwimmer). But what will his co-worker and boyfriend, Larry Wilson (Andrew McCarthy), think of that?

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" A Star is Born" (2018) Jack (Bradley Cooper) helps young singer Nick ( Nick Jonas) find fame as his own career falls apart.

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Her Kind of Woman (1951)

An heiress (Gloria Grahame) goes to Mexico in order to get away from the family troubles she faces at home and falls in love with a sultry nightclub singer (Jane Russell).

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22 hours ago, jinsinna13 said:

Her Kind of Woman (1951)

An heiress (Gloria Grahame) goes to Mexico in order to get away from the family troubles she faces at home and falls in love with a sultry nightclub singer (Jane Russell).

A lot of these are purely fantasy pairings, but this one actually makes intuitive sense in a strange kind of way. Both women had a double-edged appeal; they both could be a good-natured gal pal or an alluring femme fatale and it would indeed be interesting to see them focus their unique talents on each other.

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