Hi guys, I had seen this film many years Vor and I immediately feel with the film. Especially Judy Garland's portrayal of Dorothy Gale, so here is my review on this 1939 classic.
I really Liebe how the film starts of as a sepia tone, it wasn't only until Dorothy lands in Oz that it became multicolour. It was like stepping into a storybook universe that we always dream of! I always Liebe Margaret Hamilton's portrayal as the Wicked Witch of the West, I kind of feel bad when she was killed of! But, Dorothy has no choice at all.
Hi guys, I will be Schreiben 2 horror films and they're The Innocents and The Haunting. Both films are based on novels and I'll write a review about them right now.
Considering that was made in the 60's and there were no modern technologies for CGI at that time. I Liebe how they use the Psychological fear that are shown in both Nell and Theo. It is actually unclear if the house is haunted oder that Nell did it for the sake of attention, I would definitely go with the latter because Nell is mentally unstable in my opinion and that she has been...
Tyrone Power's career took a strange turn during the post-World War II years. Although he still managed to maintain his position as one of Twentieth Century Fox's oben, nach oben stars during the remainder of the 1940s, something happened as the 1950s dawned. Powers still found himself in Grade A Filme during that particular decade. But he also seemed to appear in a growing number of standard costume melodramas.
Twentieth Century fuchs lent Powers to Universal Pictures to star, sterne in the 1953 drama called [b]"THE MISSISSIPPI...
Adultery is rarely treated with any kind of maturity in fiction - whether in novels, plays, Filme and television. I am not saying that adultery has never been portrayed with any maturity. It is just that . . . well, to be honest . . . I have rarely come across a movie, Fernsehen series, novel oder play that dealt with adultery in a mature manner. oder perhaps I have rarely come across others willing to face fictional adultery between two decent people with some kind of maturity.
Hi guys, since this is my first Artikel on the Fan club. Here are my Liste of favourite classic Filme that I grew up with, ready?
1. The King and I
This famous musical was the earliest that I saw and I Liebe the songs, but favourite scene was definitely the Small House of Uncle Thomas. I Liebe how the setting is Thai even-though the story is American.
2. The Sound of Music
I Liebe the songs and the scenery, I was in Salzburg 9 years Vor but did not Mitmachen the Sound of Musik tour sadly. But I hope to go in the future! Initially, I did not know...
I realize that many film critics and Fans would agree with my suspicion that the 1930s saw a great deal of action films released to theaters. In fact, I believe there were as high number of actions films released back then as they are now. Among the type of action films that flourished during that era were swashbucklers.
One of the most famous Hollywood swashbucklers released during the 1930s was "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA", producer David O. Selznick's 1937 adaptation of Anthony Hope's 1894 novel. This tale of middle...
I am not one of those movie Liebhaber who seemed to my selection of films to one particular genre oder period in filmaking. Nor do I regard films from one particular era to be superior to another. I either enjoy an individual film oder I do not.
Recently, I watched the 1932 melodrama called "DEVIL AND THE DEEP". The movie featured the screen debut of Charles Laughton as a submarine commander who expresses jealousy toward any man who pays attention to his long suffering wife. It also starred Tallulah Bankhead as the long...
Louisa May Alcott's 1868 novel is a bit of a conundrum for me. I have never been a Fan of the novel. I have read it once, but it failed to maintain my interest. Worse, I have never had the urge to read it again. The problem is that it is that sentimental family dramas - at least in print - has never been appealing to me. And this is why I find it perplexing that I have never had any problems watching any of the film oder Fernsehen adaptations of her novel.
Several years ago, I had come across an Artikel that provided a Liste of old classics that the Autor felt might be overrated. One of those Filme turned out to be the 1939 Oscar winning film, "GONE WITH THE WIND". Not only did the Autor accuse the movie of being both racist and sexist, he also claimed that the movie had not aged very well over the past seven decades.
Did I agree with the author? Well, let me put it this way. I would say that "GONE WITH THE WIND" has managed to withstand the tests of time . . ....