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Les girls [DVD]

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Tres ex vedettes amigas y compañeras repasan sus vidas y sus carreras a raíz de que una de ellas publique su autobiografía. La visión que cada una de las mujeres tiene de su propia vida, no siempre se corresponde con la que tienen las otras.

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Bad tunes and boring plot 8 de junio de 2016
Por Joseph Hart - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I just watched this and did not like it. I thought the story was boring. I like Gene Kelly very much but don't remember him dancing much in this. There was only one Cole Porter song ("Ca, c'est l'amour") that I thought was any good at all, it's one I've always liked, and she sang it only one time through, under her breath as she floated in a boat through some shrubbery. I think this is the 3rd Porter flick I've seen in a week or two (I'm on a musicals jag and watching lots), and I want it to be the last. No unknown offering these songs would get the job. All three girls and their parts and acting were wonderful.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 'SWONDERFUL, 'SFABULOUS, 'STO BE SEEN OFTEN! 12 de junio de 2003
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Rarely seen - but retored to TOTAL fabulousness on this PRISTINE DVD ~ THIS IS A MUST-SEE!
ESPECIALLY, if you have never heard of the much, much lamented and sadly missed KAY KENDALL ~ what a fabulous performance! Miss Kendall is funny, witty, charming and she sings too! As for 'that' drunk scene ! AND - yes, in one or another way it IS a musical version of 'Rashomon ' seen through various bejewelled eyes and gloves!
Dance numbers? Different and timeless.
Sound? Great restoration by the experts.
AND the rest of the ladies? TANIA ELG, and MITZI GAYNOR [STILL 'HERE']form just a perfect trio with Miss Kendall. {Tania's audition is quite a hoot - as is the rather avant-garde Mitze Gaynor 'Wild Ones' [cycle gang] dance number with Icon Gene Kelly}.
Mr. Kelly is a smart, sexy, seductive and utterly brilliant leading man ~ a gracious legacy!
You cannot fail, but to be yanked out of the blues with this one!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best forgotten 6 de julio de 2008
Por C.A. Arthur - Publicado en
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This is one of the weakest musicals ever produced by MGM, leagues away from, say, American in Paris and Brigadoon. Gene Kelly, looking (oh, that wig) more like the dancers' father than lover, is saddled with a weak script that has him bickering, snarling, and bossing people about throughout the film. The girls in the story seem to be miscast, Kendall and Elg especially, and their lines are usually sappy in the extreme. The Cole Porter music is VERY minor and mostly embarrassing. The costumes are good, and the dancing is passable. All in all, this is a waste of time and money. An MGM musical that is best forgotten.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Gene Kelly's farewell to MGM 24 de julio de 2006
Por Robert E. Nylund - Publicado en
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The three "That's Entertainment" films highlighted the great musicals made by MGM from 1929 to 1958, but they did not include any of this marvelous late musical film (released in 1957), which was apparently Gene Kelly's final production for the Culver City studio. Released near the end of the great musical era at MGM, "Les Girls" was also the final film to have original songs (and lyrics) by Cole Porter. (Porter's final score was for the 1958 CBS special "Aladdin.")

It is well known how Gene Kelly set such high standards for his musicals, seeking new, innovative approaches to dance on film and how he rehearsed endlessly and demanded the same from his costars. Although this film was directed by George Cukor, there are times when Kelly so dominates the film that it seems almost autobiographical. The energetic, athletic approach to dance, which was acknowledged by friend and colleague Fred Astaire (particularly in the first "That's Entertainment film), is clearly present in this production. The motorcycle gang sequence is particularly imaginative and is a good example of Kelly's efforts to seek fresh approaches to dance on film.

Kelly is partnered with three singing dancers with very different backgrounds: an American, Mitzi Gaynor (who appeared in numerous movie musicals in the 1950s, mostly at 20th Century Fox); an Englishwoman, Kay Kendall (married to actor Rex Harrison and who tragically died from cancer only two years later); and a Frenchwoman, played by Finnish actress Taina Elg.

The film presents three different versions of the same story, in which it appears that Kelly has been romantically involved with one of his female partners. The "truth" emerges during a British libel trial, leading the viewer to wonder what exactly did happen.

Besides the delightful Cole Porter music, the film also has the lavish MGM look, with impressive sets, garish color photography, and elegant costumes. Sadly, the great MGM era was drawing to a close and the studio itself would go into a slow decline.

George Cukor was often said to be a "woman's director," but he was actually very gifted and imaginative. He had a special way with musicals, as demonstrated by his work on two legendary Warner Brothers films: the 1954 version of "A Star Is Born" with Judy Garland and James Mason, and the 1964 adaptation of "My Fair Lady" with Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn.

The Hollywood musical declined, of course, in the late 1950's due to the increasing popularity of rock music. Elvis Presley actually made a series of musicals for MGM, which were quite successful, because his movies included the music most young people wanted to hear. The more traditional musicals faded, even at MGM (which was so noted for its musical, produced mainly by Arthur Freed or Joe Pasternack), with most future productions focusing on adaptations of successful Broadway shows. MGM's final original musical was Lerner and Loewe's "Gigi," released in 1958.

Although this film wasn't showcased in any of the "That's Entertainment" tributes, it is still very entertaining and it gives us yet another opportunity to enjoy the dancing and singing of the Gene Kelly, this time with three very capable partners.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas little known musical 13 de abril de 2003
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This is one of the lesser known musicals and perhaps it doesn't have some of the innovation of "Singing in the Rain," or "An American in Paris," it is still a delightful musical. I have been a big fan of musicals for years and of Gene Kelly in particular. Kay Kendall is a delight, Taina Elg is lovely and very Parisien, and Mitzi Gaynor is darling as the down to earth American that keeps Gene's feet on the ground. The success of "Chicago," hopefully shows Hollywood that musicals appeal is not gone just more sophisticated. Buy it for the fun of it.

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