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It's a Wonderful Movie! Jimmy Stewart's Everyman finds redemption and discovers it right under his nose.
Mr. potter should of hired a hitman to solve his problems
The most boring idiotic movie ever
You do know this film is an advert for socialism and a warning about capitalism? If you want to praise it, bear that in mind. It shows in stark clarity that the greed engendered in the capitalist system ruins both the lives of its poor victims and the happiness of the exploiter himself, Potter, who (like, for example, Donald Trump) can never accumulate enough to be content.
This is not a feel-good holiday movie like something from Disney.
"It's A Wonderful Life is a movie about socialism and how socialist values can triumph over capital. It makes a more thoroughï¿ 1/2"though at times subtleï¿ 1/2"case for socialism than any piece of American popular culture I can think of and it contains as many lessons about solidarity and collective action as it does about the kind of holiday morality we usually associate with it."
You have to be real stupid to not love this movie
Arguably the greatest Christmas film of all time, and one of the best ever made. A timeless and touching story that's as wonderfully filmed as it is acted.
Everything you've heard is probably true. It's cheesy. It plays with your emotions. It gets pretty slow in some places. But after seeing this movie a million times every Christmas, I still end up blubbering like a sentimental fool at the end of it and loving every minute of it.
The most inspirational film you'll ever see! Capra captures the core being of George Bailey with all the sacrifices made, tying it all together oh so brilliantly to create my favorite film of all time. An absolute must watch, and one of the greatest films ever made!!!!
While only about 25 percent of it is Christmas related, it's no doubt a swell feature during it's time.
Me hizo llorar. Lindo mensaje