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All Critics (9)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (2)
| Rotten (7)
Preminger doesn't direct movies as much as he makes frontal assaults on them.
All this is well mounted and lensed but sans the right dramatic flourishes to get human depth, melodramatic gusto or humane symbolism into the right focus.
The style hesitates between no-stops melodrama and glacial reserve without really finding a meaningful perspective on the action.
It succeeds, among other things, in making human entertainment out of a rather unlikely story.
The script is little but a series of smart aleck exchanges/platitudes.
I'll say this for Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon. It's a film that takes a big roll of the dice. Is it wrenching? Is it wacky? Well, it's definitely weird.
A scarred young woman, a paraplegic homosexual, and an epileptic decide to throw in their lots together in this earnest comedy-drama. Sound like fun? It isn't.
Never is fun.
Dated drama of three misfits still offers some fine acting by Liza Minnelli as a scarred, both physically and emotionally, young girl. Made just before Cabaret this is the last time the subdued non star Liza persona would be evident in a film. She speaks a line here "What would I do with sequins?" which while true for the character evokes unintentional laughter since the performer is now unimaginable without head to toe sparkles of some kind.
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