42nd Street evaluation action

2022-04-07 08:01
"42nd Street" is clearly one of those very typical Broadway plots: a good Broadway director wants to make a final production, but his heroine gets injured on the eve of its premiere and is replaced by a new candidate , so the newcomer was a great success. This kind of plot seems to fall into the cliché, but this film makes this kind of old-fashioned plot gain by adding the love story of an old rich man, and the heroine did not cut off her love for her lover because of the temptation of money. many new ideas. The actor who plays the leading role in this film is indeed a well-known actor from Broadway, which adds a rare color to the visibility of this film in performance. The wonderful theatrical performance in the last twenty minutes of this film is so wonderful that the audience can hold their breath and bring an intoxicated smile on their faces, because the music and singing of this film have a power that penetrates the heart.
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  • Donato 2022-04-08 09:01:13

    This is the third opera-in-play musical I've seen with rehearsal performance as the main line.... a bit boring.... Like "Huaqing Chun Nuan" and "35 Years of Gold Rush Girl", this kind of play-in-play Essence only needs to watch the song and dance in the last 20 minutes. The previous plot is really boring, and the song and dance of this film is not as creative and impactful as those two, plus there are many unintentional but intentional lust hints. , the style of this film is not to mention elegant.

  • Kole 2022-04-08 09:01:13

    Four and a half stars. "42nd Street" may be the one with the most far-reaching influence on the creation of later generations among the old musicals in the pre-code period, and it may be the best one among them. In terms of style and taste, "42nd Street" can be said to be quite different from many thigh music and dance films of the same period (of course, there are also thigh dances and kaleidoscope dances in the film), and it strives to give a very realistic and serious attitude. A portrait of all living beings showing business, the ups and downs of survival, the bitterness of actresses, the anxiety of creation, and the ups and downs of stardom. . . It's almost all the love. It can even be said that it has drawn its own boundaries for the subject of backstage musicals. From "The Comet Beauty" to "Jazz Spring and Autumn", it can be regarded as "42nd Street". Variations in different directions. PS: Bob Fosse was definitely influenced by this batch of backstage musicals from the pre-Codex period. PSS: Ruby Keeler got married early and left the circle. Who would have thought that among the girls at that time, Ginger Rogers had the most lasting star luck.

42nd Street quotes

  • Slim Murphy: Hey got a match?

    Pat Denning: Yep... why I guess so... yeah.

    Slim Murphy: Don't happen to know a guy named Pat Denning do ya?

    Pat Denning: Why yes.

    Slim Murphy: We got a message for him. This guy Pat Denning's a pretty wise mug but he ain't wise enough and if he don't lay off that Dorothy Brock dame, it's gonna be just too bad... for Denning, get me?

    Pat Denning: Alright I'll tell him.

    Slim Murphy: Yeah well...

    [punches Pat in the mouth and Pat falls down]

    Slim Murphy: that's so ya don't forget.

    Mug with Murphy: Yeah

    [He and Slim kick Pat then run off]

    Peggy Sawyer: Ohhhhh Pat... Pat... Pat... who were they?

    Pat Denning: Friends... with good advice.

  • Ann Lowell: [singing while eating an apple] Matrimony is baloney

    Loraine: [eating a banana] She'll be wanting alimony in a year or so;

    Ann LowellLoraine: Still they go and shuffle, shuffle off to Buffalo.

    Ann Lowell: When she knows as much as we know, she'll be on her way to Reno,

    Loraine: While he still has dough; she'll give him the shuffle

    Ann LowellLoraine: When they're back from Buffalo.

    Ann Lowell: I'll bet that she's the farmer's daughter

    Loraine: And he's that well-known traveling man;

    Ann Lowell: He once stopped down at the farm house,

    Loraine: That's how the whole affair began!

    Ann Lowell: He did right by little Nelly, with a shotgun at his bel... tummy, How could he say "No?"

    Ann LowellLoraine: He just had to shuffle, shuffle off to Buffalo.

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