Ginger and Fred

Ginger and Fred

Amelia and Pippo are reunited after several decades to perform their old music-hall act, imitating Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, on a TV variety show.

Amelia and Pippo are reunited after several decades to perform their old music-hall act (imitating Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers) on a TV variety show. It's both a touchingly nostalgic ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michael L (br) wrote: Great tunes, interesting but brief documentary segments.

Leena L (gb) wrote: One more from my film festival catches. Just takes time for them to appear on Flixter....Why, one might ask, are all the Romanian films I have seen .... depressive. I kind of liked it, but ...... plenty of funny moments though, despite the unfunny subject.

Gena D (nl) wrote: Beautiful spin :) better luck next time blob jr.

Alison O (gb) wrote: More of a TV drama than a feature film, this thriller/horror was too contrived for its own good. Even the makers of Lewis would baulk at the preposterousness of the 'descendant of the Knights Templar' storyline at the film's heart. Only Toni Collette makes it to the conclusion with her reputation intact.

explodingboy1989 (br) wrote: The DVD box is completely misleading- this is not a movie called 'Kumite', but a 90s HK flick called Star Runner. The US release is badly dubbed, but honestly, there wasn't much to work with in the first place. Good action, but strange premise. I think the overall message Star Runner sends is that it's okay and not at all inappropriate to be a student, and fall in love and sleep with your teacher. Oh yeah, and somewhere along the way, there's a martial arts tournament.

Kierstan M (jp) wrote: Best movie, however don't know where i can see it again, i search the web, library's and everything, but cant find it anywhere...... HELP ME!

Kelli H (de) wrote: Saw this for the first time. Pure cheese, but good cheese. And the kids were a lot more talented than I thought they'd be.

Neha J (it) wrote: can't wait to see this

Barbara C (mx) wrote: Good clean (solar powered) family fun. With a few rising stars before they hit it big.

horse c (ag) wrote: Old West Mystery on A Train

Bill A (it) wrote: good, depressing; Why is an academy award winning actress naked so much in this again? New body tuck or something?

Ps J (it) wrote: this is the epitome of 60's sci-fi fantasy monster movies, it has the awkward acting, worst unnecessary sequences, bad sfx, but at least they got all of the showa era kaiju, and i love it.

Buggy B (ag) wrote: I've seen this a few times now and always really enjoy it. Cameron Diaz is amazing as the irresponsible party girl and Toni Collette is always good, here she plays the sensible driven sister. It lines up like your regular romantic comedy/drama but the story is much deeper and I love discovering why 'Maggie' drinks so much and behaves the way she does. After the sisters have their big falling out and Maggie goes to stay with her grandmother its gets even better with the inclusion of Shirley MacLain and all the characters at the retirement village. One of my favorite scenes would have to be Maggie struggling to read to the blind, aging professor (Norman Lloyd). Powerful and sad. This really is about family and I like how their past is slowly revealed and all members in this damaged family get a chance to heal. I'm also partial to 'Rose' running up those infamous steps in Philadelphia. 03.02.14

bloodywhitetrap (nl) wrote: meet no as in no I will never see this piece of shit

Joe S (it) wrote: Good premise. Bad dialogue. Shot in an obnoxious manner. Don't bother.

Christine D (br) wrote: It was ok. Was just a typical robbery/heist that wasn't that great overall.

Ellie L (ru) wrote: hmm... I get the music is apart of the movie. and seems like based on the dvd special features, it focuses on the music. so what does the storyline gotta do with it? music, cool. story, weird & confusing. seems like you take away the story, which doesn't exactly make sense, and all you got is a long music video with whatever commentary throughout

Blake P (us) wrote: "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" is a heavenly little dreamboat of a musical comedy. It has everything you can want in the genre: catchy songs set to glamorous musical numbers, beautiful women, warm Technicolor, and winking humor. This is perhaps, a perfect Marilyn Monroe vehicle, as it boasts her impeccable comic timing and breathless sex appeal. It captures her at the top of her game, completely in control of her seductive powers but maintaining to act as a magnet on the screen. "Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend" may as well be her anthem. Dorothy Shaw (Jane Russell) and Lorelei Lee (Monroe) are two unnaturally attractive showgirls that work as a team to find love on a cruise to Paris. Lorelei wants a guy that has lots of money, regardless of his personality, while Dorothy has a bit more sense and just wants to fall for someone the good old-fashioned way. Lorelei intends to marry the wimpy but wealthy Gus (Tommy Noonan) yet winds up distracted by elderly diamond merchant Francis Beekman (Charles Coburn). Dorothy, in the meantime, becomes smitten with a wise-cracking private investigator (Elliott Reid), who just happens to be hired by Gus to make sure that Lorelei isn't a gold digger. The film is practically the definition of "they don't make 'em like this anymore" because a) musicals practically don't exist nowadays, and b) no two women pairing can ever truly match the beauty, elegance, singing talent, or comedic acting of Russell and Monroe. They are flawless foils for each other; while Monroe does her sensual dumb blonde routine (making the men swoon effortlessly), Russell is confidently deadpan and sly. They're a hoot to watch, together or otherwise. Howard Hawks' direction is zippy and carefree. He creates a perfect balance between the music and conversation, and no matter what, every scene is filled with a sense of fun and humor. Each musical number is colorful, brassy, and completely unafraid to be over-the-top. It doesn't have the big budget exuberance you'd see in "An American in Paris," but everything on display is delectable. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" is so adorable and well-done that it makes it seem easy to make a feel-good musical, in the same way Gene Kelly or Judy Garland could. But alas, this film doesn't rely on certain gimmicks to impress us: it's all in the witty writing and the combo of Monroe and Russell.