The actor/writer/producer, comic genius and sometime Drag Queen Jack Plotnick has enjoyed a very successful and busy career. However for Queerguru his one stand-out performance will always be as Dolph in Quentin Dupieux’s WRONG : a gem of an absurdist comedy that is so very right!
We were fortunate enough to see it premiere in Sundance back in 2012 and since then it has become Queerguru’s go-to film to watch when the world is just way too much to deal with. Go check it out : it streams free on YouTube.
Anyway also on YouTube now are Plotnick’s completely hilarious brand new parodies of Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color. If you are old enough to remember the 1965 original’s, you’ll start to realise how duped you were back then. As Plotnick’s lampoon’s these (precious) childhood memories you’ll realise “It’s (not just) A Small World After All” it’s also a sexist, racist patronising one too
One world of warning, do not play them too often as you’ll never be able to shake loose of that hideous song
Labels: 2020, Disney, Jack Plotnick, parodies