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An Affair to Remember

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Over-rated 'classic'

    The reputation of this film as a classic film 'weepie' romance far excels the actual film itself. Two of Hollywood's finest film actors--suave, sophisticated Cary Grant, and the incandescent Deborah Kerr--shine in the first film's first part during their shipboard romance. However, neither star can overcome the saccharine dreariness of the second half after Kerr has her crippling accident (which includes an excruciating musical number with Kerr and some school children). 20th-Fox filmed 'Affair' in their patented Cinemascope widescreen process which only accentuates how hopelessly studio bound the sets are, giving the film a cheap, low-budget appearance. While the film is not as good as director's Leo McCarey's 1939 original, 'Love Affair', this version is still preferable to Warren Beatty's 1994 remake, an insufferable vanity production if ever there was one.

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