Now, you're a fish!
Camelot, which was made in 1967.. OK let's interrupt here and ponder
that. You see, what's wrong with Camelot is that this is a movie that
people weren't really willing to go out in droves to see in 1967, and
it's sort of a minor curiosity today. Because it flies in the face of
what the public wanted in that time period. It stars Richard Harris as
Arhur and Vanessa Redgrave as Guinevere, two great British actors, but
not really the type of actors you would see in a musical such as this.
I'm sorry, this movie, while it's intentions were good, turns out to be
3 hours of a total mess, the songs aren't memorable, the choreography
clumsy, and the medieval aspect just long winded. Although I am not a
big fan of medieval movies to begin with, I decided to give it the old
college try. Now I wish I could have those 3 3.. count it.. 3 hours of
my life back..
hjohnson watch New In Town movie
I watched this in my Arthurian Legend course at my University and I fell in love with it. We also watched Legends of the Fall, another fantastic movie, and Revenge with Kevin Costner and had to tie it together with Arthurian Legends. The whole concept of Arthurian Legend is fabulous and it is something I have had great interest in for many years. .
baldersauer watch Mulholland Falls movie
This is a lovely movie, whit a lot of songs.
baldersauer watch The Lone Chipmunks movie
god film med dejlige sange.
firstname.lastname@example.org watch The Poseidon Adventure movie
I HAVE LOVED THIS MOVIE AND PLAY SINCE IT WAS MADE. I SO ENJOYED THE STORY BE IT LOVE, OR HONOR, SADDEN BY THE END OF TREASON IN A WAY TO THE KING WHO LOVED HIS QUEEN BUT STILL A GREAT MOVIE..
camelot movie version
to me, Richard Harris will always be king Arthur. he has the emotions
in his voice that make you feel everything that he is singing about. i
saw him many years ago live at the valley forge music fair in Penna.
and he was fantastic - saw it twice actually! had to see it again
before they left. Robert g. ( don't't know the spelling off-hand)
actually played Lancelot in that live stage version. a much better role
for him. Vanessa Redgrave played Guenevere if my memory serves me. i
also love Julie Andrews! and when it come to my fair lady, i think she
should have gotten the movie role - especially since Audrey (bless her
heart) didn't sing!