The Good Place
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I really enjoyed this movie and laughed so hard at times. If you appreciate humour that is crude, immature, and gross at times, then this is the movie for you. I was surprised at how emotional the movie was at times. It had the right amount of hilarity and heart. Amy Schumer is surprisingly quite a good actress when she becomes serious and lets her guard down. Be interesting to see her in a dramatic role. She has great charisma and has a bright future ahead of her. Bill Hader is awesome as the leading man. So nice to see a normal guy instead of the typical romantic lead. The supporting cast is great and is given the chance to shine. John Cena and Lebron James are actually quite funny. I loved this shift in the romantic comedy genre where nobody (and nothing) is perfect. Was a lot more realistic and could relate to the characters more. Of course, we know they're going to end up together, but at least the ride was different. Looking forward to seeing what Amy Schumer does next.
Audrey Hepburn. Man, they sure don't make stars like her anymore. Such beauty, elegance, and pure, raw talent. You could not take your eyes off her. I know Capote wanted Marilyn Monroe, and as much as I love Marilyn, I have to disagree with him. Audrey is Holly. I went into this knowing there's mixed feelings towards Mickey Rooney's character, but to be honest, it wasn't that bad. In fact, he had me cracking up. I didn't find it offensive. More silly than anything. And it's weird seeing a younger, romantic 'Hannibal' but George Peppard was excellent. Surprised he didn't become a big movie star after this. He reminded me of Redford throughout. Wonderful chemistry between the two and 'Moon River'... enough said.
I've always been fascinated with the tragic story of Frances Farmer, a woman so ahead of her time. Jessica Lange was brilliant (and a beautiful woman too). If Meryl Streep wasn't her competition at the Oscars that year with 'Sophie's Choice', she would have for sure gotten it. Extremely disappointed with the movie. Adding a fictional character like Harry York was lame and unnecessary and a lot of interesting facts about her life and her reasonings for what she did was missing. Highly recommend you check out the A&E biography of her life. This was a good bio flick, but it could have been SO much better.
Glenn Close is absolutely stunning and Michael Douglas is wonderful as usual. Excellent chemistry between the two. Great movie, especially the last 30 minutes! Glenn got robbed of the Oscar that year!!