Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Tepid and slow.
Anchors Aweigh is solid musical fare.
Another humdinger of a musical.
Thunderously patriotic (the navy is wonderful) and sentimental (kids are wonderful), it's heavily dependent on Kelly's charm and Sinatra's supposed little-boy appeal.
A tepid and schmaltzy patriotic fluff musical.
A pleasant, mindless diversion.
A very thin story stretched out for over two hours, this is a melange of the wonderful and the pompous.
This is a story bursting with light joy... Sinatra and Kelly prove themselves to be an invaluable duo.
Producer Joe Pasternak is not Arthur Freed and director George Sidney is not Minnelli, but this fun and inventive musical, which blends live action and animation, has some good musical numbers, sung by Sinatra and Gene Kelly (who also choreographed).
I absolutely loved this film. It's like musical cotton candy, a feast of great songs and dance numbers and bright colors.
Kelly is perfect as usual, Sinatra is his ideal partner and the plot never gets in the way of the songs.
It seems that every time Joe breaks into a song, people of both sexes swoon.
I can still hear the chorus, ANCHOOORRS AWEEEEIGH! The story with Kathryn Grayson and Gene Kelly was so sweet, man! This is like a less horny version of On the Town, a perfect companion piece.
The only interesting dance number is the one with Jerry the Mouse of Tom & Jerry cartoons. Other than that, it's a predictable romantic comedy.
I'm fully aware that it's kinda cheesy and dated, but you can't beat Sinatra's pipes or Gene Kelly's choreography.
A barely adequate buddy movie that took the minds of the masses off of the war for awhile but is not to be enjoyed for anything more than nostalgia in this era.
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