Evita Reviews

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August 16, 2018
After all the painstaking verisimilitude the movie neglects its characters. Evita the woman shrinks. It's the background we react to-especially the crowd, with its power to applaud or boo.
January 5, 2018
All in all, Evita is worth your time and money.
April 27, 2015
No matter how great all the constituent elements were, [it couldn't] survive the kind of stiff, wholly artificial and forced performance that Madonna gives.
February 18, 2013
July 2, 2012
A pretty much ideal big-screen adaptation of the material, which becomes convincingly cinematic. [Blu-ray]
June 25, 2012
Webber's music is hauntingly original and effective, while Rice's lyrics manage to convey the information that's missing without a standard narrative and scenic construction, while also incorporating a constant sense of interpretation.
June 19, 2012
At a time when songs showcased in movies were being shot as MTV music videos, leave it to director Alan Parker (The Commitments, Fame) to offer a full-blooded musical with epic elegance on its mind.
September 7, 2011
It's just a sluggish, contradictory mess, a drably "realistic" Latin-revolution music video driven by a soundtrack of mediocre '70s rock.
July 30, 2007
I doubt any director could have made a good movie from Andrew Lloyd Webber's baffling and shallow musical.
September 30, 2005
January 8, 2005
It is quite possible to hate Cats and deplore Sex and still enjoy this movie.
September 5, 2004
What makes "Evita" so powerful is its ability to convey complex emotions through its music.
July 25, 2004
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May 14, 2003
March 16, 2003
February 21, 2003
February 18, 2003
Don't cry for me Argentina, no please cry for me if I have to watch this one again.
January 9, 2003
Alan Parker has a knack for musicals... even ones starring Madonna.
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