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Truly a marvelous and timeless story. A widow must be creative enough to find a way to support her daughter and herself in a time where this was most unconventional. The talented Gene Tierney is stunning as Mrs. Muir and Rex Harrison is brash and charismatic all wrapped up in one. They have excellent screen chemistry and the audience is in for quite the fun treat.
i can't believe AQP was directed by the office's krasinski. it was thoroughly entertaining and watchable. everyone in the theater was afraid to even nosh on their popcorn for fear of making noise.
you get to meet a remarkable character and as the viewer you feel truly privileged to see him grow up. The audience is emotionally satisfied and moved by the end of the movie.
Beale Street is just as beautiful as Moonlight but in a different way. regina king gives a standout performance. no spoilers here but i wish the film ended with more hope-moonlight had a final scene filled with hope and it was captivating-I guess my expectations were set well beforehand.
i'm really bummed to see this didn't get higher ratings. it's a laugh out loud comedy that had me rooting for kevin hart's character to pass the GED. wasn't that the whole point?