The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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While it sometimes lapses into pure corn, it nevertheless manages to capture the manic-depressive dormitory atmosphere of young actresses trying to make it in New York.
It is funny in spots, emotionally effective occasionally, and generally brisk and entertaining.
One of the great sassy-women comedy-dramas of the '30s.
The entire cast is stellar, including little knowns Lucille Ball -- "my big break"-- Eve Arden, "real discovery" Andrea Leeds, Jack Carson, and a 14-year-old Ann Miller who lied about her age.
Stage Door crackles with zingers ad-libbed by a cast that includes Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn, Eve Arden, and Lucille Ball.
Stage Door, La Cava's serio comedy about a group of aspiring actresses, is one of Hollywood's wittiest and most enjoyable backstage sagas. In top form, Hepburn and Ginger Rogers head a large cast that includes Lucille Ball, Andrea Leeds, and Ann Miller
La Cava keeps it always fascinating, the pace lively, the dialogue sharp and the ensemble cast all chip in with first-class performances.
Second only to the incomparable All About Eve as the best movie ever made about the theater.
The movie is hilarious and touching with classic scenes of Hepburn trying to emote her lines about calla lilies.
If you love movies, Stage Door is mandatory viewing.
**** All About Eve. The real masterpiece about women and theater is Gregory La Cava's Stage Door.
Snappy adaptation of the play marred only by an outburst of sappiness at the end.
This is the best movie about showbiz that I've seen from the 30s, I highly recommend it. Hepburn gives a fantastic performance and so do Rogers and Ball. If you're an actor too, you will be able to sympathize with the characters as I did. It made me laugh, cry, and feel for the characters and myself as well. It really moved me, that is until the ending. There was a scene towards the end where it felt the movie would end, but it keeps going. If the movie would have ended there, it would have been perfect. I still liked this movie anyway, I enjoyed it.
I saw this recently on a channel featuring classics. Amazing to have so many future stars in one movie. The story remains relevant today even though it is a 70 year old movie.
i like it better than the women. gotta wonder how kate and ginger got along
A film about a boardinghouse for aspiring actresses, their successes and their failures, with early performances by such stars as Katherine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers and Lucille Ball. Some sensitive areas handled with more grace and class than many films of this time period. Worth your time.
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