Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Designing Woman (1957)
Whirlwind romances work...sometimes!
Starring Gregory Peck and Lauren Bacall
Lauren Bacall has her own charms, of course. She is very elegant and she is good to look at. Probably, she's not drop dead gorgeous, but she is definitely beautiful. Boy, she could also act. She was fantastic in this movie and was a natural as Marilla Brown.
Gregory Peck is a dashing debonair. He is one of the most handsome people of all time and thankfully, he could also act. Here, he was good, but in my opinion, Ms. Bacall acted better, but who cares? It's Gregory Peck. His tantalizing eyes are enough and when the camera focuses on him, he is a joy to look at.
I enjoyed watching this film because of the story, the turn of events and the outcome.
It was told in multiple points-of-view and that made it more interesting.
It is funny...hilarious even...but it also has a heavy topic.
Sartorial elegance was truly displayed and the clothes showcased are timeless designs.
It is not a film without flaws, but it surely is worth your time.
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