Friday, September 21, 2018
The Gender Bending the Rules Blogathon is Here!
Now is the time for all good men and woman (and vice versa) to come to the aid of their blogathon.
Yes, that's right folks. The long wait for the "Gender Bending the Rules" Blogathon is over. Over the coming weekend many intrepid bloggers will be coming to the fore with their take on some of the classic films in which the gender line is not so defined. This page will serve as your guide to find these reviews, as well, my co-host Angelman, will also be helping you to keep up to date. Keep coming back over the weekend to see who else is joining our fun trip. And if you are a participant, you can leave your links in the comments below and we will get them up as soon as possible to the roster.
My co-host beat me to the punch for being our first entrant.
Angelman's Place gives us a view of an intrepid teenage journalist in "Just One of the Guys".
But I did manage to be second!! :-)
The Midnite Drive-In delves into the dramatics around "Kiss of the Spider Woman"
Caftan Woman surveys the romantic comedy/musical "First a Girl"
Great Old Movies tells us about an exquisite black comedy, "The Belles of St. Trinian's"
Movie Rob waxes poetic on "Yentl".
Realweegiemideget Reviews enlightens us on the cast of "Tootsie"
Another Movie Rob entry, this time on the Oscar nominated "Albert Nobbs".
My partner in crime, Angelman's Place, dwells ecstacly on "Tales of the City".
The Midnite Drive-In talks about a funny comedy "The Birdcage"
Wide Screen World goes all out with a piece on "Twelfth Night".
MovieRob makes it a triple play for the blogathon with a piece on "Victor/Victoria"
Crítica Retrô presents an early Ernst Lubitsch film "I Don't Want to be a Man".
Top 10 Film Lists looks at "some Like it Hot"
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Here's a musical for the line-up: http://www.caftanwoman.com/2018/09/the-gender-bending-rules-blogathon.htmlReplyDelete
I'll get it on the page. thanks for joining.Delete
Yayy, we're up 'n running - congrats, QuiggyReplyDelete
FYI - Bill at Great Old Movies has also posted his entry:
I'll get it up very shortly. Thanks.Delete
Ah man sorry I missed this blogathon! I will definitely be stopping by this weekend to check out everybody's post's.ReplyDelete
You haven't missed out yet, Bob. If you can get one up by Monday I'll still add you.Delete
Hey Quiggy. May I change my topic to "Queen Christina" ( 1933 )? I haven't had a chance to watch "Tootsie", but I seen "Queen Christina" again the other night via my DVD, so I will do that, if its okay?ReplyDelete
Sorry I'm so late in responding. Just finally got home from work. Of course you can do whatever you feel like doing.Delete
Thanks. My article will probably be late, as I've underwent surgery and am still in pain. I will submit it as soon as I can.Delete
If you get it done I'll post it.Delete
Hi, things been a bit hectic here (filled in the details with your lovely co-host) so was wondering if I could submit my previously post on Tootsie, that hasn't been used for a blogathon. Havent had the time up to and including time this weekend to watch and review. from Gill at Realweegiemidget ReviewsReplyDelete
Fine with me. Just post the link.Delete
Thanks for being so understanding!Delete
Hey there, here's the link for Tootsie, thanks again xx JUst updating it with your blogathon details! https://weegiemidget.wordpress.com/remembering/remembering-2/tootsie/ReplyDelete
OK. I'll add it.Delete
Feel better, Crystal, no worries, get well soon!ReplyDelete
Quiggy, I just found MovieRob's review for Albert Nobbs too - here's the link:ReplyDelete
Ok I'll get it on. ThanksDelete
I'll get it added. Thanks for joining.Delete
Just found Rob’s post on Victor Victoria, Quiggy:ReplyDelete
I saw it on your page and linked it already. Thanks.Delete
Here it is my piece: http://criticaretro.blogspot.com/2018/09/nao-quero-ser-um-homem-1918-i-dont-want.htmlReplyDelete
Sorry about the delay in responding. Yesterday was a hectic day. Thanks for joining.Delete