Alexis Arquette (born Robert Arquette on July 28, 1969) is an American male-to-female transgender actress, musician, and cabaret drag performer. Arquette was born in Los Angeles, California to a family of actors that includes siblings Patricia, David, Richmond, and Rosanna Arquette, father Lewis Arquette and grandfather Cliff Arquette.
At 17, Arquette landed her first significant acting role, playing a transgender character in Last Exit to Brooklyn. Eighteen years later, she went through her own transition from male to female, an experience that was documented in the film, Alexis Arquette: She's My Brother, which debuted at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival.
Arquette , in the earlier years of her career, primarily performed as a female impersonator, frequently under the name "Eva Destruction". Later in her career, she made public that she had begun the process leading to sex reassignment surgery. To this end, Arquette has publicly declared that she considers her gender to be female.
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Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror is the fifth installment of the Children of the Corn series and is the third Children of the Corn movie released by Dimension Films and Miramax Films. The leader in this installment, Ezekiel, is possessed by He Who Walks Behind the Rows. A group of teens get lost in Middle America and lands in Gatlin, Nebraska, where forgotten children have taken on the duty of serving He Who Walks Behind the Rows. The teens have little less than a week to get out of the town. Many pre-fame celebrities appear in the film, including Eva Mendes, Alexis Arquette, Kane Hodder, and David Carradine. Children of the Corn V at the Internet Movie Database...,
The Wedding Singer is a 1998 film written by Tim Herlihy and directed by Frank Coraci that stars Adam Sandler as Robbie Hart, a wedding singer, and Drew Barrymore as Julia Sullivan, the object of his affections. The movie was notable for being Sandler's first romantic comedy, and was the beginning of his shift away from lowbrow comedic material.
The Wedding Singer was also adapted into a stage musical, debuting on Broadway in early 2006 and closing on New Year's Eve. Information on the musical version can be found here: The Wedding Singer (musical).
The day of Robbie's wedding arrives and when the bride is supposed to come down the aisle, Robbie instead sees his own sister, who has a note. Apparently Linda "isn't coming." Robbie is devastated. His friends and family try to cheer him up, but he's a wreck. Linda finally arrives at Robbie's house and explains that she is not in love with the way he is now -- that she only loves the way he used to be, when he was in a "real" band, not...
Sometimes They Come Back... Again is the 1996 sequel to the 1991 horror film Sometimes They Come Back. It was directed by Adam Grossman. It stars Michael Gross, Alexis Arquette, and Hilary Swank. The film is much closer to Stephen King's story....,
Threesome is a 1994 film, written and directed by Andrew Fleming. The film is an autobiographical comedy mixed in with some social commentary, and is based on the college memories of Fleming. It was given an R rating by the Motion Picture Association of America.
The film starts out with two college students, the shy and intellectual Eddy (Josh Charles) and the All-American jock Stuart (Stephen Baldwin), ending up with a female roommate. The university thought that Alex (Lara Flynn Boyle) was a man (based on her name) and thus the three students are forced to live with each other until the university can move Alex to a female residence hall.
Eddy falls in love with Stuart; Alex falls in love and tries unsuccessfully to seduce Eddy; and Stuart is in love with Alex. The trio become good friends and scare off anyone who tries to seduce the other. Eventually, Alex, Stuart and Eddy agree to have an actual threesome and that seems to destroy the friendship, and raises the possibility that...,
Frank & Jesse is a 1994 western starring Rob Lowe as Jesse James and Bill Paxton as Jesse's brother Frank James. Following the Civil War the two brothers, along with the Younger brothers - Cole Younger (played by Randy Travis) and Bob Younger (Todd Field), Bob Ford (Jim Flowers) and Charlie Ford (Alexis Arquette), Clell Miller (John Pyper-Ferguson), and Arch Clements (Nick Sadler), begin to feel oppressed by the Chicago railroad investors. They set off on a trail of bank robberies, train heists, and stage holdups while evading the dogged pursuit of Allan Pinkerton (William Atherton) and his detective agency.
Based on the story of Jesse James, the movie follows more the myth of the man than the reality.
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