18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
LOVE ON THE ROCKS is one of Julie's greatest albums. Backed by
the lush orchestra of Pete King, Julie does wonders with "Guess
Who I Saw Today", "Where Did the Gentleman Go?" and others. This
should have been on CD years ago. JULIE is an excellent album
which features her with Jimmy Rowles. Thanks to EMI for getting
this one out to us.
12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
I am delighted that this will be available on dvd soon. I own
the vhs tape and find it one of Julie Harris' finest roles. They
cleaned it up from the play because it was filmed in 1955 but it
still was released without a production code seal. I guess because
Sally Bowles was a free spirit and was not "redeemed" by the end
of the film. Shelley Winters and Laurence Harvey also are in the
film. This was the precursor to CABARET and Harris captures the
wantoness of pre-war Berlin when everyone was out just to have a
good time and damn the consequences. Thanks to Wienerworld Ltd
for releasing this on dvd. I am quite anxious.
31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
This is a terrific little film that stars Mia Farrow, Natasha
Richardson and the wonderful Joan Plowright. Widows' Peak is
so named because there are so many widows in the little town.
Somone is out to do Mia Farrow in and through investigating we
find out all about all the goings on in the town. Jim Broadbent
is seen as the dentist and Adrian Dunbar is Plowright's son.
Great ending. A superb Irish grudge movie.