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I May Destroy You
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Great flick about the ways British prisoners of war managed to run rings around the Germans, based on a real memoir and well acted by the great British actor, Dirk Bogarde.
Not as good as its' cast, but when I first saw it the year it was made, I thought it was funny. Now it only seems corny.
Strange variation on The Stepford Wives, with stunning visuals and costumes that don't quite make up for the overly weird plot.
When I was growing up, Mom and Dad took us to see all of the big movie musicals--it was the Golden Age of the musicals--big glossy films with wonderful production numbers (like "Love Look Away." a particular favorite of mine, and I Enjoy Being a Girl, dome very cleverly with mirrors) and bright Technicolor. I enjoyed it them and I enjoyed it re-watching it today.
At first, I wasn't impressed with this grown woman still hanging out with her high school crowd and then getting involved with a group of real high school kids and almost regressing there herself, but th movie grew on me and by the end, I like it. The good cast had a lot to do with that--Sam Rockwell is always good!