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  1. connmoore connmoore says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThis is a movie that gets better each time I see it There are so many nuanced performances in this William Tracey as Pepi is a delight bringing sharp comic relief Joseph Schildkraut as Vadas is the only villian in the movie and his oily charms are well used here Frank Morgan is delightful as the owner of the title shop Mr Matuschek and his familiar manner is well used here I especially liked the performance of Felix Bressart as Pirovitch Very believable in every facet of his roleThe two leads are eually accomplished with Margaret Sullivan doing an outstanding job of portraying a slightly desperate neurotic yet charming and attractive womanThis movie belongs to Jimmy Stewart though The movie is presented from his point of view w


  2. Snow Leopard Snow Leopard says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIWith a very good cast a nice blend of wit and sentiment and many other pluses this classic remains as enjoyable and charming as ever The fluffy but pleasant story benefits greatly from the Lubitsch touch since he had the knack of giving significance to little things without taking them or himself too seriously Presenting his characters honestly yet sympathetically he makes the somewhat contrived situation seem believable and worth caring about Its appeal comes across as almost effortless but you only have to compare it with the less effective s remake to see how important the right touch is with this kind of storyThe atmosphere of life in the Budapest shop is set up efficiently and convincingly and the cast all settle into their roles seamlessly As the leads Jimmy Stewart works


  3. fwmurnau fwmurnau says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBILubitschs charming masterpiece so often imitated and re adapted since it appeared in is one of the very few films that can be called perfect There is not a shot a line a performance or a moment in THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER that isnt exactly right Everything fits together and runs like a Swiss watchWith its flawless screenplay and cast its the most subtle discreet and understated of romantic comedies What other film manages to be so warm hearted yet so rigorously unsentimental? What other movie story is so exuisitely planned and executed?Margaret Sullaven isnt sexy its true but this isnt a film about sex Its about love in the human heart and mind A sexier actress would have thrown things out of balance As always Lubitsch knew exactly what he was doing Just as he knew ace comedian Frank Morgan the WIZARD OF OZs Wizard had hidden depth which this film so beautifully revealsThey dont make them like this any they didnt make them like this back then either SHOP w


  4. iandcooper iandcooper says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBII have lost count of just how many times I have seen this movie I probably know the entire dialog backwards yet I am drawn to it time and againSet in Hungary a young Jimmy Stewart plays the eligible bachelor Kralik who becomes the secret admirer of Margaret Sullavans innocent Klara Kralik secretly becomes Klaras pen friend and at work together Klara confides in Kralik about the content of his Kraliks letters Clearly Kralik is besotted with Klara but is unable to make his feelings k


  5. tony mastrogiorgio tony mastrogiorgio says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIA wonderful film filled with great understated performance and sharp intelligent dialogue What really distinguishes the film however is that undercurrent of sadness throughout The story is underscored by affairs loneliness suicide disappointment the fear of losing ones job in a world where that had disastrous conseuences Most of all it was set in a world that no longer existed having been ripped apart by the beginning of World War II In fact the film is barely a comedy at all if you compare the percentage of serious scenes to the comic scenes Yet funny it is listen to Margaret Sullivans harsh dismissal of Jimmy Stewart and watch his pained expression as he replies that her comments were a remarkable blend of poetry and meanness Its funny pointed and sad all at once A remarkable achievement and one of the


  6. jotix jotix says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIErnst Lubitschs contribution to the American cinema is enormous His legacy is an outstanding group of movies that will live forever as is the case with The Shop Around the Corner This film has been remade into other less distinguished movies and a musical play without the charm or elegance of Mr Lubitschs own and definite versionMargaret Sullavan and James Stewart worked in several films together Their characters in this movie stand out as an example of how to be in a movie without almost appearing to be acting at all Both stars are delightful as the pen pals that dont know of one another but who fate had them working together in the same shop in BudapestThe reason why these classic films worked so well is the amazing supporting casts the studios put together in picture after picture In here we have the wonderful Frank Morgan playing the owner of the shop Also we see Joseph Schildkr


  7. dbdumonteil dbdumonteil says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThe Stewart Sullavan relationship and the warmth which flows on the screen are only one bend in a most extraordinary riverAlthough extraordinary is not the right wordbecause everything here is ordinaryno herono spectacular events and howeversomething happensThe shop i


  8. ccthemovieman ccthemovieman says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThe cast really helps make this a pleasant surprise and a cut above the normal man vs woman argue all the time but wind up in love type of Hollywood screwball romancecomedyI usually dont go for those type of films and that tiresome storyline but this one was refreshing fun to watch and oozes with charmJimmy Stewart and Margaret Sullavan play off each other well and make a very handsome couple The supporting cast is outstanding from the always likable Felix Bressart to the villain Joseph Schildkraut Frank Morgan also plays one of the most interesting characters Ive ever seen him do in his career He takes the film and turns it around into a whole different mood for awhile when something drama


  9. preppy preppy says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBISweet romantic dramacomedy about Stewart and Sullavan writing love letters to each other without either one knowing who the other is Naturally they work together and cant stand each other You can guess the rest Its beautifully acted by the entire cast especially Sullavan Stewart and Frank Morgan has a witty intelligent script and looks absolutely stunning It takes place in Budapest and was shot in Hollywood but I found myself believing I was seeing Budapest Everything looks so perfect and dream like A one of a kind film Dont miss it


  10. Irie Irie says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIIts hard to even know where to begin to praise The Shop Around the Corner Ill avoid repeating what other IMDb critics have said by offering this A good friend of mine is an older man in his s who scorned films preferring opera and not just opera but Wagner literature Tolstoy at least and philosophy Wittgenstein of course He offered me one chance to show him a movie that proved cinemas worth as an art formI chose The Shop Around the Corner Its neither highbrow nor lowbrow its neither epic nor a silly bit of froth its not a genre or a formula picture and its about nothing bigger than decency and love which are plenty big enough It is however flawless both funny and touching and I thought it was a fair representation of how superb even modest films can be and therefore a fair test of how open minded my friend wasPowerfully flavored was his summation and he was impress


  11. Ron Oliver Ron Oliver says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIMuch about love life can be learned from watching the folks at THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNERErnst Lubitsch had another uiet triumph added to his credit with this lovely film With sparkling dialogue courtesy of his longtime collaborator Samson Raphaelson and wonderful performances from a cast of abundantly talented performers he created a truly memorable movie Always believing in playing up to the intelligence of his viewers and favoring sophistication over slapstick the director concocted a scintillating cinematic repast seasoned with that elusive enigmatic uality known as the ‘Lubitsch touchAlthough the story is set


  12. alphaleonis alphaleonis says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIOf the three remakes of this plot I like them all I have all three on VHS and in addition have a copy of this one on DVD There is just enough variation in the sc


  13. TheLittleSongbird TheLittleSongbird says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBII am not sure whether I can add to the other reviewers here about the gem that is The Shop Around the Corner It is beautiful funny and touching and one of those perfect films really It looks stunning has deft direction from the great Ernst Lubitsch has a truly sweet and romantic ending and has a beautifully balanced script I do agree to some extent the story is thin but it is full of charm wit and such that you actually ignore that while the film is a good length and moves brisklyThe acting from the two leads are delightful James Stewart is perfect as Alfred this film and his performance deserves to be up the


  14. writersreign writersreign says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThis despite not being the original it began life as a play in Central Europe has weathered the several incarnations that followed MGMs own remake with period songs In The Good Old Summertime the Broadway show She Loves Me even the excellent theatre revival in Paris a couple of years ago and remains the definitive version and the one they all have to beat Several previous commenters have identified the contributing factors that make it so successful and memorable not least being the prevailing fashion in s and s Hollywood for lavishing attention and detail on ensemble playing rather than just two leads as so often happens today try for example removing Ugarte Ferrari Renault etc from Casablanca and yes


  15. amobberley amobberley says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIAll the characters are wonderfully written and distinctive in an almost Dickensian kind of way The portrayals are sensitive funny but not over sentimental A beautiful film to watch at Christmas in my opiniongenuine and a lot less saccharine than Its a Wonderful Life


  16. henry girling henry girling says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThe location of the shop around the corner is precisely stated at the start of the film Balta Street in Budapest but it could really be in any place The small number of sets reflect a middle European design but it could be a shop around any corner The film is not about Budapest or the retail leather goods business but about the ups and downs of love reflected in most of the main charactersAlfred Kralik and Klara Novak are sparring partners at work but their anonymous letters to each other are full of hope and aspiration and romance and the story unwinds to bring these two aspects together beautifully Hugo Matuschek the owner of the shop is having trouble with his wife s


  17. evanstondad evanstondad says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIA warm sweet and remarkably charming film about two antagonistic workers in the same shop James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan who are carrying on a romance via mailbox without either of them knowing it The key to this films success is that Ernst Lubitsch keeps any syrupy sentimentality absent and calls on his actors to give low key unfussy performances As a result you fall in


  18. upsbrad upsbrad says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThis is a beautiful movie that is wonderfully acted by all players It will make you laugh and it will make you cry The very end of the movie gets me to mist up every time If you want to see a great movie this is it Jimmy Stewert supplies a wonderfully witty performance and Frank Morgan as Mr Matuschek is spellbinding Morgans diversity of character is nothing short of amazing William Tracy as Pepi is terrific comic relief and delivers some of the movies most important lines and performances Felix Bressart delivers a fantastic performance as Perovitch a stumbling bumbling shop worker whos lifes ambition is to please those he works with It is a simple story of


  19. Soledad Soledad says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIAfter seeing Youve Got Mail and feeling disappointed I decided to see the original movie which inspired this one The Shop Around the Corner I was amazed at this movie Its a true gem and from this moment one of my favorite movies of all times The acting is so perfect the story is so beautiful that if you havent seen it I wish to urge you to see it today Im not against re


  20. gaityr gaityr says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBITHE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER is one of the sweetest and most feel good romantic comedies ever made Theres just no getting around that and its hard to actually put ones feeling for this film into words Its not one of those films that tries too hard nor does it come up with the oddest possible scenarios to get the two protagonists together in the end In fact all its charm is innate contained within the characters


  21. claudiocarvalho claudiocarvalho says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIIn Budapest Hungary the Matuschek and Company store is owned by Mr Hugo Matuschek Frank Morgan and the bachelor Alfred Kralik James Stewart is his best an


  22. toqtaqiya toqtaqiya says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThe Budapest in The Shop Around The Corner is fixed on love and shopping essential bourgeois habits But do not be deceived by the precious del


  23. WINKLUCK WINKLUCK says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThis is a truly classic movie in its story acting and film presentation Wonderful actors are replete throughout the whole movie Miss Sullivan and Jimmy Stewart being the foremost characters In real life she greatly admired and liked Jimmy and indeed gave him his basically first acting roles and helped him becalm with his appearance on the set The chemistry between the two was always apparent and so warm and enjoyable to behold She was such a beautiful young woman and so sweet in her personality portrayals The story of these two young people and how they eventual


  24. Kirpianuscus Kirpianuscus says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThe perfect film for Christmas for its nuances for charming performances for James Steward in his special way to build the role for family atmosphere for the small detail than each you see it it seems different the motif it is one of films who could be defined as perfect the atmosphere the story the Capra flavour the science to use each actor in t


  25. kidboots kidboots says:

    ePUB History-books.co ó ó Rendez-vous MOBI È rendez vous ebok, 1940 ebok, Rendez-vous MOBIThere never was an actress like Margaret Sullivan who could convey the radiance and poignancy of her soul in every part she played She only had a few truly great roles but this was one of them She and James Stewart compliment each other perfectly in this exuisite pictureThis is a story of a shop around the corner in Budapest and the people who work there Family man Pirovitch Felix Bressart two faced sly Ferencz Vadas Joseph Schildkraut who was so sympathetic in Orphans of the Storm unassuming Alfred Kralik Jimmy Stewart Flora Sara Haden flighty Ilona Inez Courtney and cocky Pepi William Tracy Alfred has received another letter from his secret pen friend her letters transport him to a pleasanter place than his humdrum shop life That day Klara Novak Margaret Sullivan comes to the store desperately looking


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