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Mar 1 13 5:53 AM
hhfuchs wrote:PS: Isn't it a fine thing that all of us do have different favours and a different taste !!!
Mar 1 13 7:15 AM
Mar 1 13 8:29 AM
thespacecaptain wrote:hhfuchs wrote:PS: Isn't it a fine thing that all of us do have different favours and a different taste !!!I totally agree. And it's great that we can appreciate that others have totally different views. For the record, I loved Moulin Rouge. Some of the songs are still on my ipod and when I was at the gym last week, they came up in my old exercise playlist I made years ago. Such fun and lively songs!! Roooxxxannne!
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Mar 2 13 5:01 AM
barbrafanfromwayback wrote:hh- What did you think of Les Miz- personally, I can't wait for the DVD- it is one of the movies I can see again and again because I love the music, the story, the actors.
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Mar 4 13 1:17 AM
where to begin; maybe first – I also ran out of the cinema after half of the
film; Only saw “Act 1 + On my own” – right after On my own I left the cinema.
movie is titled “musical” I expect that the music (the songs, the voices) has
to be extraordinary. I saw this musical a few times on stage (NY and London)
with fantastic singers/players; the singing was always the first – here in this
movie all actors have suffered very well – maybe a little too much suffering;
suffering for oscar ? *LOL
saw a lot of Opera Singers dying (phthisis) on stage - all of them were dying
very well but non of them had made that
to influence in singing; the singing always was first, because it's an opera!
names in movie don’t have to mean also great voices. If this film would have been “a
play only” – I would have loved it – great pictures, good actors – but this is
called “A MUSICAL”
I made the fault to watch right before we went to cinema the DVD of the 10th
anniversary – Michael Ball, Colm Wilkinson, Philip Quast can’t be replaced with those
actors in the movie; even the scene with the Thenadiers was too much – too much
equipment, to much acting. “Alun Armstong and Jenny Galloway” (in 10th
anniversary) made me more laugh only with standing (and singing) on stage.
was hanging right left or right on the cameras the actors have (NOT) to look at? They
never looked at close-ups to the audience (in the camera) – always they looked
a hair by – So I never was touched by them; they never spoke to me.
As you know
I love good voices in singing so this movie better had named “A movie with
music in it” …
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Mar 7 13 3:49 AM
curious33 wrote:THE SOUND OF MUSIC is a nice piece of divertissement which has little to do with what happened in real life to the people portrayed in the movie, although the basic story can be called true, with reservations. Otherwise, it's a nice fantasy and as such, I too find it very entertaining. The songs by Broadway giants Rodgers & Hammerstein are beautiful, Andrews is wonderful in the role and the photography is breathtaking. Just take the story with a grain of salt.
Mar 7 13 6:59 AM
bighappy261 wrote:Laugh all you want but at 52 I just saw The Sound Of Music for the first time this week. I am taking a giant leap here but I recommend it.
P.S. NHSS would your double feature be considered a Art House - Grindhouse???
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Mar 9 13 12:01 PM
thespacecaptain wrote:Saw Argo this weekend. Being Canadian, I remember it a bit differently, but it was a long time ago. The suspense - especially at the airport and the checkpoints - was tough to watch, having gone through something awfully similiar in my childhood. Scary.
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