Now, what do we call someone who judges other human souls by whatclothes they wear, whether their subjects and verbs agree, who theyknow and what their houses look like? That is right: a shallow,pretentious, snobby philistine. What bothers me is I have to explainthis. See, I do not care how many books they put behind him it no moremakes him an intellectual then rows of pizza boxes behind me transformme into spaghetti. The man is an misogynistic, pedantic, arrogant fool.Two openly women hating songs that if released today would result inthe studio be sued into penury. Gee, think of all the losers who wouldfail his criteria: Gandhi, Christ, Buddha, Beethoven, Einstein, Edison,you know a bunch of losers according to Higgins. Did everyone enjoyseeing Eliza stalked by that fop in the top hat to the tune: On TheStreet Where I Get Arrested? There also is the hilarious song aboutabandoning your wife and children, and being a worthless, drunken bumyour whole life. See, words mean things, occasionally get the wax outof your ears and open the dictionary. I swear these imbeciles wouldadore We Stole Your Money, Idiots, if it came with a catchy tune withlots of woodwinds.
You are kidding me; those painted up fossils, barely conscious, dressedup like draperies with bad hats; those are your paragons you aspire tobe? Please, pick other role modes. Did you hear their conversation, howstimulating!! They are and they always shall be the vapid, brainlessfops and dames who evoke laughter in all who behold them. I have abrother like this; I do not speak to him, what an embarrassment! Lifeis not a game of dress up; please, grow the hell up and accomplishsomething of merit. No, Eliza if we dropped you in that lap of luxuryyou lust for you would be bored out your mind in two hours. As ArthurSchopenhauer teaches life is a pendulum between need and boredom. Allwealth is internal; it cannot be made material and then interiorized,please. No, It Wouldn't Be Lovely. The movie is worthwhile, it teachesone great lesson: How Not To Be.
Look at our teacher, tied to his mom's apron, apparently still breastfeeding, lecturing others about his vapid norms of compensation so hecan feel better about being such an effeminate, little boy. This isyour model: who would heed a word this fool babbled? What because he iswealthy? The intelligence to have or make money is quite separate fromknowing what is of value and what is worthless, that is the purview ofphilosophy. The movie is long beyond belief; it feels like a whole day.You will be submerged in the world of vacuous, superficial snobs whoaspire to speak as if they have suffered massive strokes and dress likelampshades. My header captures them quintessentially; existentialcotton candy, it evaporates in your mouth. There is nothing there butan empty stage show of compensation for internal poverty.
If you enjoy having an emaciated, bad acting, sack of bones screech outher vowels whilst an effeminate, pedantic, pretentious mama's boytrains her to resemble a walking drapery; hey, congratulations you havefound your movie. Believe it or not existential moral evaluation ofother human beings should be predicated upon their deeds not theirdress or speech. Q.E.D.
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My Fair Lady (1964)
A snobbish phonetics professor agrees to a wager that he can take a flower girl and make her presentable in high society.
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Pompous phonetics professor Henry Higgins is so sure of his abilities that he takes it upon himself to transform a Cockney working-class girl into someone who can pass for a cultured member of high society. His subject turns out to be the lovely Eliza Doolittle, who agrees to speech lessons to improve her job prospects. Higgins and Eliza clash, then form an unlikely bond -- one that is threatened by an aristocratic suitor.
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Reviewed byArchangel MichaelVote: 1/10/10
For those who've seen the stage show, My Fair Lady give complete satisfaction and those who will see and hear the musical for the first time will be enchanted by it.
What more can one say? Rex Harrison owns this film,do we really care if julie or audrey played liza when watching the master Shavian work his magic? Harrison has played everything from Ceasar to THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR to BLYTHE SPIRIT and he was a brilliant actor,here he pulls out all the stops! charming,pig headed,arrogant and in many ways child like the oscar belonged to him hands down,he earned it. Yes, andrews would have been better than hepburn but audrey is a good actress and tried her best. Stanley Holloway and Gladys Cooper are brilliant in their supporting roles and wilfed hyde white is quite a funny,befuddled pickering. oh, and lest we forget the pre-holmesian jeremy brett,so good as the love struck eynsfoed-hill?
Splendid costumes by ir Cecil Beaton are a treat for th eye. and of course no one writes lyrics like alan lerner,his style was all his own..and oh, yes, thank you Shaw for providing pygmailion,without it we would have no FAIR LADY to praise.