Hurricane Bianca (2016)

  • Year: 2016
  • Released: 19 Sep 2016
  • Country: United States
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • MPA Rating: TV-MA
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Runtime: 84 min
  • Writer: Matt Kugelman
  • Director: Matt Kugelman
  • Cast: Roy Haylock, Lola Botha, Grayson Thorne Kilpatrick
  • Keywords: high school, small town, homophobia, drag queen, texas, education,
55% – Critics
false% – Audience

Hurricane Bianca Storyline

New York substitute science teacher/stand-up comic Richard Martinez – who isn’t even remotely effective at either – finally lands a full-time position in Texas through the Teaching Ambassador Program, but his stint falls short when it’s discovered he’s gay. With only one friendly local behind him, Richard returns to the school as sassy Bianca Del Rio, an outspoken teacher who’ll put the unruly students and hypocritical school staff in their proper places, instantly becoming the best teacher he’s ever been and the school has ever seen.—statmanjeff

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Hurricane Bianca Movie Reviews

Fun and worth a look

If you’re in a tolerant state of mind, this movie is fun, fluffy and white.

I can’t make up my mind

First I have to say we LOVE Bianca! She’s simply in a class of her own and one of the most profound talents of our age. As soon as the movie was available on iTunes we bought it and nestled in for a romp of bawdy, offensive comedy. Thrilling at the thought that the movie would finally propel this amazing entertainer forward.

Hmm, well I’ll explain the five stars. The movie was tame. Those who love Bianca for her dry humour and scathing wit will, I feel, be a little disappointed. The script is not as you’d expect and the funniest moments are shown in the trailers. So for a thrill ride of offensive one liners you’d have to look elsewhere.

However when you look at it as a low budget first movie, then it is awesome! So here lies the problem. Not what you expect but still very watchable. The criticism of ray as himself are pointless. That’s the point of the movie. To expose the prejudice against us gays by the establishment. If Ray had been a wisecracking, bitter queen there would be no need for Bianca to rise from pits of hell.

Willam was not able to keep up with Shangela who proved herself to be a great actor /actress. Unfortunately Willam was uncomfortable to watch. Compared to his stage persona (which is inspirational) his role was more bleh than wow.

All in all, expect little and you’ll receive a lot. Expect a Bianca bitch fest and you’ll be left unsatisfied. This is a great movie and I’ll watch it again and again. It’s subtle and tells a good story … And it tells it well. That’s the surprise!

To be honest the biggest fail is the script and the soundtrack. The incidental effects and music drown out much of the dialogue and that was a devastating shame.

When all is said and done though, I’ll be first in the queue for the sequel!

Suspension of disbelief is important for this film

The premise: a meek substitute teacher with biting wit named Richard leaves behind his life in New York, consisting of drag queen besties and failing careers in both comedy and education, for a permanent science teaching position at a high school in a super conservative small town in Texas, only to be fired within a week when the principal finds out he is gay. Knowing that Texas has laws in place that allow workplace discrimination against members of the LGBTQIA+ community and that a lawsuit would be unsuccessful as a result, Richard hits a bar outside of town where an angel of mercy, in the form of a trans woman named Karma, offers Richard a place to stay and takes him to a drag show that same night. There, Richard gets drunk, puts on campy drag makeup, hijacks the show by attacking the featured drag queen with insults and is ultimately a hit among the crowd. Thus, Bianca Del Rio is created and an elaborate prank commences. Disguised as Bianca, Richard is rehired at the high school and everyone there, staff and students, are none the wiser. Bianca catches the eye of a handsome but not too bright football coach, and, after receiving a nomination for a Teacher of the Year award, becomes targeted by a very jealous teacher and her family. Hijinks ensue.

If you are a fan of Bianca Del Rio, or just want to stay in one Saturday and take in a popcorn movie, this is a good film to watch. It’s really important that you don’t take the film too seriously, because it’s camp to the core, played mainly for laughs with profanity and just a tiny bit of gross-out humor thrown in. The film plays more like a chain of situations (a couple of which are pretty implausible) illustrated through a raunchy cartoon than a movie with a message (the message is there, though). Many of the characters, in addition to several being needlessly cruel, are quite dim-witted and fall for the ruse immediately without ever bothering to do a background check on Bianca, though watching her consistently combat their stupidity with her trademark wit is pretty entertaining. That said, the movie doesn’t serve as the biggest and best showcase for her talents (for that, you must take in a live show the next time she is in your town; I can tell you myself she is excellent live and even more consistently takes down her hecklers with her brand of biting humor), but fans will enjoy not only her in the starring role but also a slew of cameos from RuPaul’s Drag Race alumni (Bianca herself won the sixth season), as well as RuPaul himself in an out-of-drag appearance.