The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Carries some interest on the novelty angles, if nothing else, but on the whole is generally tepid.
I Married A Witch is spiritualism in a vein of knockabout farce. It is more oh-boy than occult. But its humor is Clair enough.
Lake is delightfully effective as the malicious woman, whose ideas of punishment are often beautifully absurd, and March provides an excellent foil.
Fans of Veronica Lake won't be disappointed; the special effects are nicely done too.
Though it has largely been forgotten in the pop-culture landscape, I Married a Witch had a lasting impact in other ways.
It may be not be one of the classic examples of a Hollywood screwball comedy -- might I recommend His Girl Friday to anyone interested? -- but I Married a Witch contains enough modest laughs to satisfy couch potatoes on a chilly fall evening.
The movie's practical magic still looks perfectly groovy, and doesn't need any kind of digital re-imagining.
The film is powered by swooning romanticism, impish wit, teasing sexuality, and an underlying sophistication.
any rough spots are smoothed over by Lake and March's considerable charms, which turn out to be this fantastical comedy's best special effects
A strange but charming comedy fantasy by French director Rene Clair made in Hollywood with Veronica Lake.
Delightful American romantic/comedy fantasy film.
Screwball comedy with real bite as beautiful witch torments stodgy politician
Just a little too silly for me, even for a lighthearted fantasy. A bit like an old TV show (maybe 'I Dream of Jeannie'?), and lacking in charm. Also, Frederic March and Veronica Lake don't seem to match well, maybe because he was a bit dour at 45, and she was only 20. It's playful enough if you're looking for light fare.
Average. Was expecting better. And I really hated the old fashioned singing!
Cute idea, though.
Delightful romantic fantasy, Veronica is truly bewitching, March is unusually lively, their chemistry is wonderful, you could never tell they absolutely loathed each other behind the scenes. Susan is a superlative bitch and all the other supporting characters are cast to perfection. All and all a marvelous experience.
This featherweight comedy stars Veronica Lake as a witch, burned at the stake in Ye Olden times who comes back in the 40s to beguile the ancestor of the man responsible. Essentially this is a feature length episode of Bewitched. The jokes aren't really all that funny, and the script is weaker than curry house lager. What this film does have going for it is Ms Lake herself, who is the stuff restraining orders are made of. She is absolutely adorable throughout, and although she is the only reason to watch this film, on this occasion one reason is enough.
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