My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady

A misogynistic and snobbish phonetics professor agrees to a wager that he can take a flower girl and make her presentable in high society.

Outside Covent Garden on a rainy evening in 1912, dishevelled cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle meets linguistic expert Henry Higgins. After delivering a musical tirade against "verbal class distinction," Higgins tells his companion Colonel Pickering that, within six months, he could transform Eliza into a proper lady, simply by teaching her proper English. My Fair Lady is about a misogynistic and snobbish phonetics professor agrees to a wager that he can take a flower girl and make her presentable in high society. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jasmine D (gb) wrote: Funny, original, but to much of the same stuff.

Peter D (jp) wrote: I thought it was a good concept for a movie, I wasn't thrilled with it, but that doesn't mean it wasn't any good. The originality was what sparked my interest and it seemed as though it would be a unique movie. A lot of parts to this movie were your typical romantic comedy, but there were moments of creativity which were the bright spots. The acting was pretty good and overall I thought this was a decent film.

Martin D (ca) wrote: Why Prague?! The movie has nothing to do with the city, nor is it showing anything that has really to do with it. I would understand such a mess in an American movie, but to see that from the Danes really surprised me. It is an interesting movie but the quasi-Czech background is nonsense.

Elena H (es) wrote: You have to see this movie simply because the killers' mom was trying to smoke oregano.

firstphukkinNation w (ca) wrote: AND this one too (pt. 3)....freaky 666 bullcrap.. whatever you do, do NOT accept it!! no matter what he offers you!!!! :l read the Book of Revelations.....its all there

Alex V (kr) wrote: Not as good as I remember.

Bill B (ru) wrote: How much more 'indie film' can you get than this? It's got a series of vignettes that play with your perceptions of the events, making the most of the stage-like setting, it's alternates between color and B&W in the artiest of ways, it's all very '90s, down the the cast featuring Buscemi, Keener, et al.Well worth a look for indie cinema fans, there's a lot to be charmed by here.

David D (nl) wrote: One of the very best films about love, romance, relationships and sexuality. Sheer delight from start to finish.

Justin P (kr) wrote: The best Sean Connery James Bond movie. The plot is completely original, the stakes are high, and the camerawork melded with stuntwork are second-to-none.

Lee B (gb) wrote: Unique and surprising Western. Stanwyck and Huston are wonderful as proud father and daughter.

Donald M (us) wrote: The story of a malto girl who returns home after passing for white in the north. As events unfold she realises that she does not want to deny her black roots. Story is made less believable as the part of Pinky is played by a white actress, then again it is a product of the Hollywood system at the time. What boggles my mind is that these attitudes about race were held not that long ago. The story still has a timeless quality as people today still try to pass themselves off as something they are not.

Darren P (de) wrote: Interesting for several reasons, but not in the way the filmmakers intended.

Larry D (it) wrote: Chief Wiggum was great!

Avalon R (ag) wrote: Probably the only reason I remember it as clearly as I do is because this was actually the first romcom I ever watched. Yeah, I made it to almost adulthood without ever seeing one. And I have seen many worse ones since. So if you want a cliche, this one isn't the worst you could do. At least the lead is fairly likable this time.

Jen A (us) wrote: Pretty good movie when you're 10.

Joetaeb D (de) wrote: Ineptly directed and horribly shot/edited, Getaway wastes the opportunity of having a simple dumb action with terrible execution. It causes middle fingers firing at it from every angle.

Stuart K (gb) wrote: Directed by Renny Harlin (Cliffhanger (1993), The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996) and Deep Blue Sea (1999)), this thriller was ever so partially inspired by Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians, but while it had potential to be a good thriller, it's let down by cliched, predictable sequences and some very dodgy CGI too, which is a shame considering the talent on board making the film. The film follows a group of Mindhunters, who are FBI agents on a training exercise on a small island off the coast of North Carolina, which has a mock town constructed there. The team consist of instructor Jake Harris (Val Kilmer), Lucas (Jonny Lee Miller), Bobby (Eion Bailey), Vince (Clifton Collins Jr.), Nicole (Patricia Velasquez), Sara (Kathryn Morris), Rafe (Will Kemp), Gabe (LL Cool J) and J.D. (Christian Slater). It's meant to be a routine exercise, it's been done loads of times before, but someone there starts picking them off in inventive and grisly ways, and they discover that it's someone on their team who has been doing it, but who?? This is a film that owe's a lot to what was to come in Saw (2004), but this has all been seen before, and it was done a lot better elsewhere too. Mindhunters was delayed 2 years when it switched distributors during post-production and when Harlin went off to re-film Exorcist: The Beginning (2004), this got forgotten. Oh, well.

Sylvester K (us) wrote: Muck should be buried deep in the ground like the rest of the dirt. What did I just watch!? There is no plot, no scares, not even a single attractive person to compensate the terrible acting. You had actors talking to themselves for no reason, gratuitous nudity and all the cliches in any horror films. Sure, it's almost a Z movie but the quality of the camera actually was pretty good, I rather they have spent more money on a script than the equipment. it's practically a soft-core porn with every female extras in the bathroom taking clothes off to take selfies!

Matthew M (jp) wrote: With quite possibly the greatest performance in the history of cinema, Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull is both haunting and powerful, exploring the themes of self-destruction and defeat in the most heartbreaking way possible. The boxing scenes are stellar, and the Scorsese's direction is brilliant in every way possible.