Top Hat

Top Hat

Showman Jerry Travers is working for producer Horace Hardwick in London. Jerry demonstrates his new dance steps late one night in Horace's hotel, much to the annoyance of sleeping Dale Tremont below. She goes upstairs to complain and the two are immediately attracted to each other. Complications arise when Dale mistakes Jerry for Horace.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:101 minutes
  • Release:1935
  • Language:English,Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   entertainer,  

Set in Britain, the film is a fascinating love story about an American dancer and a model. At the first encounter, the man thinks that the model is too annoyed because she mistakens him for her doofy producer. What makes them become a couple afer that ? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Irene C (mx) wrote: Good movie kinda weird but good

Pock P (gb) wrote: Although it's a shame the primadonna of this version is not the original Sarah Brightman, this is as close to the real Phantom experience as we can have for such an affordable price. Mind-numbing production value and glass-shattering singing together with all the classic anthems make this experience unmissable at all cost!

king l (br) wrote: This movie is a lower budget 3D film and I found it randomly. It's very entertaining considering it's not a big budget studio thing. The script was strong, funny and I really liked Devon's character, in my opinion it's his best performance yet, he carries the whole film. Also, really liked the other actors too. The funniest things are how random it all is - creating their own curse, a hot dog mug, ZEMONS, and a bloody Winnebago. Loved the Nicholas Cage "Wicker Man" throw back to the BEES, amazing!

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STCENTERPRISE (au) wrote: DantonDanton used public opinion to his advantage. He had the support of the people. The staff on Robespierre's board of public safety also did not find his motions to accuse Danton who they found as innocent of any crimes He may have made some connections to the Soviet Union but I did not see it hindering the view. The newspaper when Robespeiarre had his members from committee public safety go threw a supporter of Danton and tare it up. Andrzej Wajda??s production, Danton takes place within 1794. The film??s theme is one of a political narrative. It presented the political conflict between Maxamium Robespierre and Georges Danton as far as what they considered justice in politics. Danton depicted the how corrupt Robespierre was willing to go in order to maintain his position in power. The film depicted Robespierre at the beginning as a person who was extremely loyal in matters of maintaining a strict interpretation of the law. Yet, as the film progressed, Robespierre showed his willingness to violate his own moral code and beliefs concerning justice in order to eliminate political treats against him as he started to believe that he was the law. Robespierre thought of himself as the mastermind to the Revolution, voiced sympathy towards the people of France, and considered himself the voice of the people. He was portrayed in Danton as more sympathetic towards the people than he may have actually been. Robespierre was presented as a figure that used secret methods to obstruct the laws. Although he said he wanted an end to the Terror, he does not allow even his fellow accomplices to escape the guillotine, and justifies his actions as liberty for France. For those who support Robespierre, Danton placed him in a more positive light, but still not very personable. There was no depth into his background, but he was portrayed as more sympathetic to people around him than what he really was. Popkin??s described Robespierre as, ???disinterested in the devotion to the public good???[1] and more concerned with law and justice. ??His obsession of an ideal republic and his indifferences of human costs of installing it.?? [2] The film portrayed Robespierre as aware of political threats that surrounded him yet surprised when he finally was over thrown. The movie gave the impression that Robespierre did not desire to kill people so much and he was more concerned for the wellbeing of his colleagues to prevent their deaths. This was evident in one scene when Robespierre had private meetings and gave warnings to journalist Camille Desmoulins, as well as Danton, that they should not rebel against him and to switch political sides rather than be a part of the cirtas who were leg by Georges Danton that favored the halt of the Terror. The impression of Robespierre was that he wanted to gain justice but wished to distance himself from his colleagues to maintain a more objective view on the law.Another scene Robespierre had members from the Committee of Public Safety vandalized Camille and Danton??s newspaper shop on the basis that it provided pro Danton Rhetoric. Robespierre??s Committee of Public Safety could not find anything to convict Danton of treasonous acts but they were unwilling to go against Robespierre. It was as if he wanted to be the noble hero of the Revolution, but fell short. He had his comrades murdered using illegal methods. This was emphasized in the scene when Robespierre could only find seven jurors for his friend Danton??s trail when the law required twelve. Having difficulty finding enough jurors to condemn Danto, instead of searching any further, he hurriedly held court with just the seven to guarantee a guilty vote.Danton used public opinion to his advantage in order to continue the support of the people and maintain his political position. His popularity also fed the jealousy of Robespierre against Danton. In the opening scene there was a crowd of hungry people who waited in a food line but once they recognize Danton, they left the food line in order to talk to him. Their actions encouraged Danton and convinced him in that he voiced what the people wanted.During the dinner scene with Robespierre, Danton openly disclosed too much information to his enemies. It is doubtful that he was aware to the level that was expressed in the film who his enemies were or calculated the likelihood of being overthrown until the final step; where the people would not allow Robespierre to read his list of enemies from his Black Book. Robespierre was surprised during his final speech that he was interrupted by the people??s decision to overthrow him when the final decision was made not something that was foreseen in Robespierre??s mind. Many politicians were afraid before that moment to voice their objections in fear for being convicted as enemies of the state and being guillotined. Robespierre was much more engrossed by matters of law and he had little interest in the people that surrounded him.In the directors choice of costume and props, it appeared that the attire for Danton would have been less aristocratic, as this attire, during the Terror, would of targeted and convicted him as being of noble Statius putting his life at risk. This was repeated in another way which was represented in a scene when Danton had prepared royal delicacies in a meal for Robespierre at a time when people of France were starving. Prior to the meal Danton kicks out everyone out of the rooms connecting to the hall way. The people he has kicked out are dressed in noble clothes. Nearly all the directors?? choices of locations, sets, dcor and scenery were depicted in such a way that looked relevant to Paris in 1794. The use of a melodramatic and suspenseful score gave the impression that there was a paranoid mentality and suggested that danger lurked everywhere throughout Paris.The fact that the director was Polish and was being filmed during the Solidarity Movement did not conflict with the interpretation of the French Revolution but rather it would seem to give the director insight. Danton did relate to the similar circumstances of conflicts that existed during French Revolution and to those similar struggles in Poland during the Cold War. It seemed as though the similar circumstances gave the director empathy and insight of the past and could relate to Poland??s present situation. How was it exaggerated if any? The film gave the impression of Robespierre appeared more sympathetic and was more concerned for the welfare for his colleagues than he really was. It was as if he wanted to be the good guy and pure to the Revolution, and he had the power to be this, but declines and still has his colleagues murdered using illegal methods.I did not feel that the music quit fit the film as it had almost a Psycho or Jaws sound to it rather than a different type of danger suggesting possible danger, poverty, and depression. For instance the opening credits with the horse carriage trotting towards the audience as it was reaching the checkpoint entering Paris was out of place because it gave the impression danger is going to get you. Instead the music should have reflected horrible times or something else. I felt as though the film made Robespierre appear too sympathetic and appear very anti personal. I don't think he cared as much as he did in the film or had private meetings with other politicians to warn them of their risk of death. I was surprised how far Robespierre was willing to go dilute and pervert the law. He was willingly openly alter the law to his advantage in order to eliminate political threats. I hated the suspenseful musical score in this film because I felt like it was inappropriate or out of place as it was the wrong type of music giving the impression of something jumping out of the dark or Jaws rather than corruption and terror. Danton I think was played best in the court case because that was the time when I felt the most that he was a person of the people. I thought it was a nice touch seeing the artist of the film seeing their methods, workshop, sketches as David sketch Danton to his death.I thought that the film could have done without all the nudity. It was interesting portrayal of the scene where they were arresting people. It was surprising how all the rights in the case against Danton and his accomplices were taken away in the case such as not allowing them to speak, if they spoke out they were thrown out, the jury were rigged to convict them all guilty. They did mention a good points about how they say it was not the people he feared but it was the government. They wouldn't allow anyone in the court to take notes because Robespierre had already set the verdict. Then the judge gets upset not allowing him to speak to the public. At the end Robespierre is seen with powers almost as a dictator. He would not allow freedom of speech. I thought that the film went a little too far presenting Robespierre at the end feeling sorry for putting the death sentence on Danton and his men and then make his face supper pale. I'm like come on. You have got to be kidding me. I thought that the time where the score did do it right was the piano music that was eery in the preparation to the guillotine. I also thought it was played right by having no music in their final thought as they cut their hair in preparations to the guillotine. I thought that the gushing of blood at the guillotine was a little too graphic for my taste. Robespierre and his staff, their seems to be a disconnect in the acting since they are Polish actors dubbed into French rather all acting done in French so there is a acting that is not as personal that sounds more like they just read their lines which no feeling. This film is certainly not for a younger audience for cruelty, graphic scenes and nudity.

Richard C (jp) wrote: A couple songs are fun, but the other 70minutes of film just aren't entertaining.

Michael K (mx) wrote: A slow starter but gets VERY entertaining the last half hour or so which culminates in a pretty knarly ending.

Paul D (es) wrote: Still has a bit of re-watch value after all these years. Some parts are a bit too dumbed down for kids, but for the most part it is a fun movie.

Alex K (us) wrote: Really good film full of twists and great acting.