Waah I still want to see this movie! Except I have heard different things about it… But you really liked it, yes?
Katie: I might be ruining my movie-recommending credibility by saying this, but I really really liked it! I mean, it worked perfectly for me, but I can understand why it wouldn't work for somebody else. I think you should go see it, and find out for yourself!
Fuck credibility, a good movie is a good movie.
Yes! I was actually partly considering the person with whom I saw this movie's opinion on it, but I guess it just doesn't make sense here, out of context.
We've got the soundtrack CD to "Midnight in Paris," and I was surprised to read in the liner notes that the version of this song used in the film is the Josephine Baker original, dated 1936! I thought that surely, a modern version was created for this 2011 film. How can a modern film use an old record (pre-hifi, pre-stereo sound) without sounding scratchy and ancient?
Hello Dan, I just realised I never answered your comment, sorry! What you're saying is fantastic, the quality is indeed exceptional! You're also reminding me I still haven't purchased the soundtrack, which I should do sooner than later!
Hi Camille,Well I have only just seen the movie and I'll be talking about it forever. You do know that Josephine Baker was an exciting dancer and a singer. Quite energetic and comical at times!!Mister Leslie
Hello Mister Leslie! Yes, I agree, she was quite a wonderful woman in her performances as well as in her personal life choices! Cheers!
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