Sometimes, films have the potential to surprise you and delight you in equal measure. This is one of those times.
Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and Mia (Emma Stone) are drawn together by their passions. What will they have to sacrifice to achieve their dreams?
A salesgirl, Polly (Debbie Reynolds) discovers an abandoned baby boy outside an orphanage and much hilarity ensues when those around her think the baby is hers.
A super musical about a pompous phonetics professor, Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) who agrees to a wager that he can transform a common flower girl, Eliza (Audrey Hepburn) into a duchess at an embassy ball. One of my all time favorite films.
I was surprised to find that in the entire history of this blog I have not reviewed this film. This film has always been a cornerstone of my childhood, and even to this very day.
This musical explores celebrity, scandal and corruption in Jazz Age Chicago.
I rarely do comparison posts (apart from that North & South post a while back) but I thought this would be a fun thing to do seeing as I love both adaptations of the Cinderella story. I got the idea to look at two Cinderella adaptations from watching the Nostalgia Critic’s video where he compared the animated Cinderella film and the 2015 Cinderella adaptation (the latter of which I will use in my comparison).