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Onscreen chemistry between the two leads (who as we know are together in real life) make this turn your brain off feature length sitcom episode worth a weekend watch. Even if you've seen it so many times, and still find it hard to suspend all disbelief.
Pixar, once again, gives things a new perspective, and leads the way into a new direction for old characters.
It's hokey in parts, and a little too fast paced, but puts enough of a face lift on what we've seen before. I would have liked to see more in the way of original music and dance, as well as have things placed in a historical setting.
Great visuals, but confusing for anyone who hasn't seen or doesn't know the show.
Time travel and tribulation, with the eventual victory, and sacrifice.
An alright film that runs a little too long and goes through one too many plots without a culmination, and a tacked on studio ending. Not hard to see why it was a flop back in the day. That said, I'm anticipating the upcoming remake.
Good joint, that makes a point, and finds fault with all.
Love story amongst the chaos of the Russian revolution. Great performances all around.
On one critic's alternative list as the greatest American movie ever made. One of Spielberg's go to film's before mounting a project. A cynical expose of a media circus, and those who feed it.
The method of film making isn't as innovative as many would make it seem. But the story is depressing enough.
A masterpiece of action with some of the best car chases I've ever seen. Par for the course from Raoul Walsh. Loved it, in spite of despising the real life conduct of the two leads.
A rustic setting, real looking people, and enough social commentary to make up its runtime. Glad I finally gave it a look.
An unflinching, stylized portrayal of people haunted by history. In form and plot, it takes getting used to.
Malick's return. A long brooding cycle of meditations on war, life, love, hate, death, and just about everything else. Moving, but repetitive.
Some where between Ann Margret and the late great Paul Lynde, there must be a plot. Wish I could find it.
Our first taste of Demille. For it's time a great epic. Best Hollywood version.