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This Property Is Condemned (1966)
Natalii is stunning in this movie!
First Natalie is breathtaking to watch and I still miss her!.. her sister ,is played by the wonderful Mary Badham. The search for the right girl for " To Kill a Mockingbird" ended up with children that had no acting experience ( IN THAT AREA they filmed) in their lives(Mary played Scout )but forever became a part of our lives with their incredible performances...and she also stands out ,a bit older then" to Kill a Mockingbird" but still that feisty character that played "Scout" in Mockingbird! but Natalie steals this movie ....I just love watching her act..and Sydney Pollack directing Redford would prove a very long collaboration.I think Redford is the same in almost any movie, if they need a wild game hunter,"Out Of Africa" but costarring with Streep, they give a wonderful performance and he does the same thing as if it was in "Barefoot on the Park" nothing differs with his acting, that's my opinion but I like him in his movies...Hubbell .another name that will always go down in Film History...another point,Natalie wears ONE dress this entire movie, a thing a Hollywood actress would shun away from...but Tennessee Williams as the writer, you can't go wrong.Anytime I hear his words, as I do Truman Capote's words.."the world is AOK!" for me..WOW...Redford did "Barefoot in the Park" one year after this movie...that's interesting!
revised: I just looked at it again and she wears more than one dress in the movie..sorry Natalie fans!..still just a great movie..how times were, when all you had to worry about was"train service" but T.Williams adds the fact of so many losing jobs, from the lose of that train service
Loved this movie!
I saw Alex for the very first time in "I am Number Four" and have both this and that movie on order from Amazon. What a career this guy has had and going to have..I really don't care(most times?!) who's in the movie because the SCRIPT ,for me,comes first and it was exactly the kind of movie that I like.Special effects are third on the list for me..but when it all comes together, you should feel something inside your body that "moved you" and this movie did it for me.Alex is perfect , in every way..OK, I have to add more to the review, well I don't give anything anyway with the fact it is named "BEASTLY" and Alex is the BEAST and done by a witch but I will not say WHY he has changed and will he ever changed back..but that journey from point A to point Z, involved some pretty unique things that he must learn first, like all of us in life.Not all children today,especially with the Internet and TV, are taught HOW to properly handle themselves in a relationship, in your classroom etc.You must be taught from he "GROUND UP"!! Some kids get it, some don't but you know the kids that do get it it when they reach adulthood...a heart is something not to be shrugged at because that needs the most work..how to love, where to love, whom to love etc..well Alex learns just a bit of this.
Love! Valour! Compassion! (1997)
one of my favorite gay themed movies
in any movie, no matter who the actors are, the script is very important to me , as it should be for everyone involved, especially the actors.This script, story, is so beautifully written..in the first lines"the sloping stairs " of that beautiful staircase..always takes me "home" to anytime in my life, when I felt safe, at home, wherever I was living or visiting at the time or whatever relationship I was in...it's truthful for most of the story...I just do not see a person with AIDS being accepted into the USA from the UK ..but all done for the story...and the stage version must have been just as incredible..it takes you from a beautiful summer, from several different couples, that have been invited to a a summer home in the wilderness(it seems), through several seasons and what happens at the end..allot happens in this story that spans lifetimes but done so beautifully