Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Expert casting and splendid production are the points in the film's favor, primarily. Paul Muni in the title role is at his very top form.
An excellent biography, just as it is a notable photoplay, dignified in subject, dramatic in treatment and brilliantly played by Paul Muni, Fritz Leiber, Josephine Hutchinson and many other members of the cast.
An honest, interesting and well-made picture.
Muni offers a fine characterization that shows the famed scientist as a man faced with extraordinary obstacles.
Oone of the most stirring and memorable of the great Warner Bros biopics.
This fictionlized tale of the great French scientist belongs to a cycle of Warner biopics of great men, many of whom were played by Paul Muni, who was Oscar nominated for this part (so was the film).
Muni does the biopic over and over and over and over again in his career. Sometimes he falls short but often he is brilliant as he is here as Louis Pasteur.
I've come to love the performances of Paul Muni through the characters he portrayed in the 30's. He is like a character actor who blends into his character through makeup so fully that you don't recognize him otherwise, and yet he plays the leading man with powerful natural delivery of his lines.
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