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Life's a Breeze torrent reviews
Bridgette F (de) wrote: so hot and will keep you at the edge of your seats.
Gil S (gb) wrote: hunter s. thompson was truely a weirdo. and he and depp managed 2 collab 4 another weird movie.
Samantha L (es) wrote: Really easy to relate to. Any girl who has ever had a catfight on the schoolbus, came home high, or had sex with a guy she didn't like will truly enjoy this.
Chris (ru) wrote: Essentially a silent film directed by William Castle, Marcel Marceau plays a puppet maker who starts killing people and using their body as...well...puppets. It's actually more lighthearted than it seems with the exception of a few scenes and a final act that seems out of place. Still, it's worth a look for Castle fans and those who like their movies a little on the weird side.
Chris M (ru) wrote: Based on the true memoirs of Sally Benson on her experiences growing up in St Louis in the early 1900s, the film is a technicolor masterpiece and a typical 1940s style film giving WWII audiences a nostalgic throwback to an earlier, innocent. time period and reflecting on the importance of family. Director Vincent Minnelli does a brilliant job conveying the time period with stylish sets, costumes and sharp, artful cinematography (by George Folsey), In fact, his Halloween sequence is just terrific in the manner it sets mood and emotion. The film follows a the Smith family over the course of one year prior to the excitement of the 1904 World's Fair in their beloved hometown. It also gives Judy Garland one of her finest roles as the energetic/spunky teenage Esther. Minnelli fell in love with his charismatic co-star during the shoot (and filmed her more passionately than any other of her directors - she looks stunning in each shot) and they married one year later. The supporting ensemble cast is strong especially the crowd pleasing Tootie (based on writer, Benson herself) played by Margaret O'Brien who won a special Oscar for her role. Who can resist a 6 year old character who is so delightfully mischievous and morbidly obsessed with death (she buries her dolls in a cemetery in her has in her back yard)? She's always the favorite character any time I share the film with my class. The score by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane is terrific. One of the film's tunes - "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" became a holiday standard. Of course, another musical highlight is the Oscar nominated "The Trolley Song" with Garland at her energetic/charming best!
Megan T (us) wrote: not as funny as i hoped
Thomas K (au) wrote: No, I have no idea why I would want to see it again, because it gave migraine in the theater.