Singin' in the Rain(1952)
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Widely considered the best musical ever made, this tribute to Hollywood is about an actress who can't sing trying to move into sound films.
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When it says "Singin' in the rain" it should be "Singin' n' dancin' in the rain". This film is absolutely AMAZING it was so enjoyable and really exiting to watch. Most people couldn't take their eyes off the screen! In my opinion I loved the character Cosmo because, he was always dancing and just spreading joy everywhere he went and every time some one was not seeing the good side of things he would help then to see the good side of things. To me Donald O'Connor who plays the part of Cosmo Brown, was a really big inspiration and he was someone I could look up to and say I want to be like him! Most people wouldn't like A character called Lina Lamont because she had a very, very squeaky and high pitched voice. This film went straight from dark to amazing, bright, cheerfull colours and it looked like the place had exploded with colours! My experience on this film was just immaculate just amazing I went through differend emotions, feelings and sometimes I just wanted to get up and dance around!Print this review
Ingenious and heartfelt homage to silent era cinema.
Oscar-winning musical comedy that's a brilliant explosion of colour and energy despite an utterly un-PC plotline.
Classic musical filled with beautiful dancing sequences and gripping romantic entanglements.