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Lust in the Dust (Widescreen)


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  • Actors: Tab Hunter, Divine, Lainie Kazan, Geoffrey Lewis, Henry Silva
  • Directors: Paul Bartel
  • Writers: Philip John Taylor
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Special Edition, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Release Date: May 20 2003
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000509C2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #56,639 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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Format: DVD
But that's because I happen to think you can't get much funnier than casting a very overweight white male (who thinks he's a female) as a side-saddle burro riding Mexican plus sized siren named Rosie Velez, who is on her way to the dusty desert town of Chile Verde. Miss Kazan, one of moviedoms most underrated comedic actress', shines with her usual brilliance. Definately one of my personal top ten rated comedy pictures of all time. Which means it's right up there with "Some Like it Hot" "Dinner at Eight" and "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World".
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It isn't the greatest movie ever, but it has some great moments. I am buying this strictly to hear Divine's pub room song. It is th highlight of the film. Another scene you'll love is when a lover gets accidently squeezed to death between Divine's legs. And don't miss Divine riding a donkey through the desert!
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Awful spoof of spaghetti westerns from Paul Bartel, director/ star of the cult black comedy EATING RAOUL.
At the beginning of the movie the narrator says "Those who lust in the dust, shall die in the dust". If only Divine had dropped dead in his/her first frame. If that isn't bad enough, not four minutes into the picture viewers are subjected to a Divine naked-butt shot. I thought I had a pretty strong stomach, being a fan of movies like BLOODSUCKING FREAKS and I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, but this was disturbing!
The plot- Divine has half a treasure map tattooed on that scary tuckus of hers/his. So she and Tab Hunter set out across the desert to find the other half of the map so Divine can fulfill his/her dream of becoming a singer when they locate the booty(bad choice of word). Will viewers be spared another gratuitous not-so divine rump flashing? Is this REALLY the comedy-western to end all comedy-westerns? Not just that- LUST IN THE DUST nearly killed westerns, period. Luckily seven years later along came UNFORGIVEN; which is how the makers of this picture should remain. The talents of Lainie Kazan, Henry Silva and Caesar Romero are wasted. Do yourself a favor and check out EATING RAOUL instead.
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Critics be damned. I love this movie. Paul Bartel directed two of my favorite 80's comedies---"Eating Raoul" and this. Only Bartel could have put together a cast like this in a western satire and get away with it. Lainie Kazan (a much underrated actress with fantastic comedy skills) and Divine are a perfect match for a hellcat-take-all catfight. "You're cheap!" snarls Kazan at Divine. "Cheap!?" shrieks Divine. "This FURNITURE"S cheap!" as she cracks a chair over Kazan's head. Oh, but there is much more going on here. Great location shooting, Tab Hunter as an Eastwood-type mystery drifter, two completely TASTELESS "show-stopper" style saloon numbers -one by Divine and one by Kazan, Cesar Romero as a deranged priest, the wonderful Nedra Volz as "Big Ed" and a host of other top-notch supporting players all rollicking and frolicking their way through this funny,funny movie. As I said, critics may have hated it but I recommend it for Bartel/Divine/Kazan/Hunter fans. The title was supposedly a play on the old western trash classic "Duel In The Sun"!
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"Lust in the Dust" is a low-brow comedy, directed by the masterful Paul Bartel ("Eating Raoul"), and stars Tab Hunter as the quiet gunfighter travelling to Chile Verde, NM, in search of buried gold. Rosie Velez, a refugee from a Sante Fe dance hall, played with great talent and humor by the late cross-dressing film star of the John Waters school Divine, joins him en route. Once in Chile Verde, they meet a kooky assortment of characters: Marguerita (Lainie Kazan), the owner of the town's local saloon/brothel, an insane priest played by Cesar Romero, an eighty year-old prostitute (Nedra Volz), and the leader of a gang of outlaws named Hardcase Williams (Geoffrey Lewis), among others. After a series of silly, sexual misadventures and a couple of great songs by our two lovely leading ladies, the cast tries desperately to solve a limerick and find a missing treasure map. Who will get the gold? ("Did I say 'gold'? I meant 'mold'"). Well, you'll just have to watch and find out. This silly spoof is presented on DVD in sweeping 2.35:1 aspect ratio widescreen and bright vivid colors (both of which the VHS lacks), reminiscent of the 1950s Technicolor/Cinemascope westerns it's spoofing. The best scene by far is the barroom brawl between Divine and Lainie--that scene alone makes this film worth watching. There is also a nicely done "making-of" featurette and the trailer. This movie is not for everyone, but if you're in the mood for a lightweight film with some good raunchy laughs, you should give this one a try.
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....is like apple pie without ice cream. This is sure to disappoint those who think Divine made John Waters' movies entertaining. Also, a lot of people seem to think this was a John Waters project--He had nothing to do with it.
The movie is just not very funny. Paul Bartel won my admiration with "Eating Raoul", so I was thinking a movie with my favorite drag queen directed by Paul Bartel was sure to have plenty of laughs. I was sorely disappointed by the experience. The comic highlight is Divine's singing bit, but everything else is sub-par.
I haven't seen the DVD version of this, and may consider purchasing it for the Edith Massey screen test mentioned by another reviewer, but other than that, I have no reason to purchase the DVD copy. Rent this one before buying!
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