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All About Eve is a movie starring Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, and George San.

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  1. Don Don says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIIn show business there is probably an Eve Harrington born every day Someone who butters up to a performer of note acting innocently revealing none of the coldhearted ambition they really have Anne Baxter plays this type of person to a tee She looks like a baby faced fan but little do we know there is a fame machine at work in her mind Bette Davis as Margo Channing star of the stage is a veteran who has seen it all She is uite the egotist Margo is a brilliant actress and she knows it Eve discovers her blind spot and moves in on her like a uiet storm This is the premise of ALL ABOUT EVE Joseph L Mankiewiczs masterpiece of sly wit and subtle manipulation Mankiewicz also wrote the picture winner of the Best Picture Oscar of with such skill the talented cast need only to memorize the lines and deliver them with the proper techniueThe performances are great regardless especially by Bette Davis and th


  2. kehoerobert kehoerobert says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIAs close to perfection as they come A film than can be viewed again and again without ever getting tired Bette Daviss Margo Channing is a film icon of major proportions A point of reference Her fear of the abyss is as human as it is at the center of this selfish insecure sacred cow She is surrounded by some other sensational women Thelma Ritter Celeste Holm Anne Baxter and in


  3. marcosaguado marcosaguado says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIWhat a genius Joseph L Manckiewicz was A literary script that is totally accessible A melodrama for the thinking man A film that is as engrossing and entertaining every time you see it Bette Davis touches all the raw nerves of her mythological career Anne Baxter never went this far Thelma Ritter became a sort of icon Marilyn Monroe gives us a preview of forthcoming attractions as a graduated from the Copacabana academy of dramatic arts Celeste Holm represents us all of us and George Sanders creates a prototype for a cultured monster that is immediately recognizable I dont recall another film in which the nature of selfishness is so wittily dissected A total triumph


  4. gbrumburgh gbrumburgh says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBITHE definitive saga of backstage brouhaha ever dished out by Hollywood A triumph of screen writing never will one see such ripe acrid dialogue spewed out like this again every indelible scene gloriously stained with classic one liners An actress wanna be looking for her big break carefully worms her way into the glamorous life of a legendary Broadway star then tries to supplant her privately and professionallyA sterling incandescent cast provides the fire and music to this concerto of theatre attitude Bette Davis knew she was handed a dream role when she was cast as Margo Channing the indomitable diva caught up in the throes of mid life crisis both on and off stage Not willing at all to deal with it tactfully sh


  5. anitadelre anitadelre says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIYou will see yourself in every character in this very intelligent entrancing movie Though set in the theatre the story could just as easily have been told in a small town a corporation – even a religious organization Being set in the glamorous world of entertainment – its seems all thetimely in these days of fame fortune and the insufficiency almost shame of being ordinary The theatre setting also underscores the reality that the world is a stage and all its people playersSo much to study in this movie the genuine trusting and romantic human the streetwise good hardworking human whos seen it all and doesnt embrace it the jaded heart hardened deceitful loser with power who admires the same and disdains human goodness the ambitious sociopath who fools so many the unsuspecting onlookers who see only the façade of success the inescapable fact that supreme achievement has been had by very low characters the painful passage of an aging woman into


  6. Lechuguilla Lechuguilla says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIWhat a movie Its the cinematic ideal the standard by which subseuent films are judged at least in terms of acting and dialogue Maybe the camera which does nothing but sit there as the actors act could have been made a little less static But the story screams stage play which implies lots of talk and not much action The film doesnt pretend to do all things But what it does do it does extremely wellAs Margo Bette Davis gives what I would consider one of the best performances if not the best performance in any film I have ever seen She truly becomes Margo that fixture of the theater so beloved yet so insecure And as Eve the mousy one with the trench coat and the funny hat breathy Anne Baxter proves adept at subtleties that allow her character to change gradually over timeThe


  7. Bil Bil says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIHeres perfect writing if ever a movie ever had it where did Joseph L Mankiewicz come up with these people? Who would have thought he could not only revive Bette Davis career with her greatest ever role but actually make her evenfascinating than she ever was before? Davis plays famous and established actress Margo Channing a self centred and


  8. JohnHowardReid JohnHowardReid says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIBrilliantly acted and cleverly characterized with sparkling dialogue that mercilessly parries the gloss from the New York theater worlds highly sophisticated veneer All About Eve is a scintillating comedy of manners that compels rapt attention for the whole of its ¼ hours We like George Sanders pointing out Gregory Ratoff to his escort Marilyn Monroe whom the script describes as a member of the Copacabana school of acting with the words Theres a real live producer honey Go and do yourself some good And the final scene in which Sanders asks Barbara Bates Do you want some day to have an award like that of your own? — More than anything else in the world she answers Then you must ask Miss Harrington how


  9. smartbomb smartbomb says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBII had read comments about the uality of the writing in this film but I really had no idea to what extent this would elevate the experience The fact is it leaves me with no other choice than to give it a perfect Unless you see this film I dont think youll have the necessary frame of reference with which to to base any expectations on Its an incredibly engrossing moving and often comedic experience but time and time again what knocks you over is the absolute finesse with which this script was crafted The fact that the acting and direction are flawless and surprisingly natural seeming most old movies usually seem stiff or people seem to act too much only enhances it that muchWith this film you can really imagine the people


  10. claudiocarvalho claudiocarvalho says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIThe ambitious Eve Harrington Anne Baxter gets close to the great and temperamental stage artist Margo Channing Bette Davis and her friends Karen Richards


  11. gerry gerry says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIthis might contain spoilersThe movie Perfect Stranger opened today and as many critic noted the script was not up to standard But then again one is always reading how todays scripts just dont cut it And one wonders why? Surly todays directors can dr


  12. dthompson dthompson says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIAll About Eve is simply the perfect film Fact follows fiction in the casting of Bette Davis a star who was an incredible actress but fighting the inevitable the passage of time First off Better Davis was always an incredible actress no matter what part she took and this was the perfect part for her Anne Baxter is tremendous in the part of Eve she plays the part well Its multi faceted and challenging and she definitely rose to the challenge Celeste Holm is great too Shes got a smaller part but does a great job with it Celeste Holm is an actress who has incredib


  13. Tetsel Tetsel says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIWhat can you say about a film like this? It has one of the greatest screenplays ever written fabulous directing and sensational performances by Anne Baxter Bette Davis and George Sanders And on top of it all its got Marilyn Monroe Whatcould you want?? Its full of


  14. cubertfilm cubertfilm says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIAll About Eve is an excellent film in every aspect The Oscar nominations and six wins testify to this For years EVE held the record for most nominations in Titanic matched the nominations Bette Davis was awarded the New York Critics Award once in her year career and it was for this film Marilyn Monroe Thelma Ritter and Celeste Holms gave terrific supporting performances while Anne Baxter kept up with the great Bette every frame of the way It was Bettes eighth nomination and sixth loss Judy Holiday won for Born Yesterday bea


  15. emguy emguy says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIIm afraid Im not going to join the gush parade for this movieThe performances are good Eve and Margo are well done characters and the ending is like something out of the Twilight Zone but the movie also has a number of shortcomingsIts very talky nothing but talk hardly a moment of silence The dialogue seemsstagey than natural The characters dont converse so much as declaim or emote The dialogue doesnt seem witty as some have claimed just bitter and cynical for the most partThe visuals arent very visual The shots are mostly ordinary shots of whoevers talking at the moment Theres little character movement This could easily have been a radio playThe relationship between Margo and boyfriend seems contrived Theres no


  16. dimitrisalomao dimitrisalomao says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIAll About Eve is the kind of movie that blows your mind not because of special effect or something like that but because of what movies are all about a great direction a great screenplay and great actingStage star Margo ChanningDavis is friend to playwright Lloyd RichardsMarlowe and his wife KarenHolm in love with director Bill SamsonMerill and the idol of Eve HarringtonBaxter who becomes her secretary aide Eve begins to dominate she sends Bill Margos birthday wishes and arranges a party for him at which point Margo explodes Eve beco


  17. MOscarbradley MOscarbradley says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIThey say that talk is cheap but you wouldnt believe it listening to the pearls that drip from the mouths of the characters in this the greatest of all the dialogue driven comedies to have come out of Hollywood at the time it was nominated


  18. yayamagic yayamagic says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIThis is not a movie geared for those who would stand in line for the latest cinemeplexific car chase head banging rock music special effect buster of blocks This movie is all about adults And the main focus is SHOCK and adult woman Who is hitting Bette Davis Margo Channing is successful and self involved and loving and generous and jealous and human Ann Bancrofts Eve has such a sincere and melifluous voice Thelma Ritters character is a fast talking dame Celeste Holms is acontemplative one and Marilyn is a hoot Watch Margo get applause get drunk get duped get a clue get her man Glory HallelujahThe men in the film nameless her


  19. RJBurke RJBurke says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIMaybe stretching a point this movie could have been called All About Actors? Thereve been a number of films that explore the passion for success on the stage Stage Door and A Star Is Born first mad


  20. lewiskendell lewiskendell says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIA part in a play Youd do all that just for a part in a play?All About Eve is a sneaky tale about deceit and pure ambition set within the world of the New York theater sceneEve Anne Baxter seems to be a sympathetic helpful young woman who find herself unexpectedly meeting her idol the great stage actress Margo Chandler Bette Midler She begins to work for the star seemingly completely content to help her in any way she can But Eve is muchambitious than her swe


  21. ccthemovieman ccthemovieman says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBII had never watched this Best Picture of until a couple of years ago because it just looked like one of those s melodramas translation soap operas that I cant stand and it starred an older Bette Davis who was only appealing to me in her youth in the s However after hearing and reading so many rave reviews of this especially on the IMDb Classic Board and the fact it was out on DVD I decided to check it outI was glad I did I liked it thought it was entertaining and worth the minute investment I still didnt find it as good as advertised at least for my tastes but it was still a pretty involving story with good acting How it could have been up for so many Academy Awards I believe is beyond m


  22. phoeniks phoeniks says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIAlong with Sunset Boulevard and The bad and the beautiful this is the best film about Hollywood behind the masks and all the glamor of theater and film Extremely stagy but Bette Davis was never better and George Sanders is as always deliciously slimy and arrogant to the max only Baxter is not uite convincing as the star to be But it does not really matter because the direction is great and the dialog is amazing all the way A real roller coaster of a movie that contains both bundles of laughter and some truly terrifying moments as well Davis has the line of a lifetime that expres


  23. Tommy Tommy says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIAs a whole this film was pretty good Fine performances from Anne Baxter as Eve the brilliantly phony schemer George Sanders as the caustic critic Addison de Witt His opening voiceover monologue is hilarious Thelma Ritter as the cynical maid Hugh Marlowe and Celeste Holm as the playwright and his wife and in an early small role Marilyn Monroe as a wannabe starlet The script has great moments of biting humor and all that yes and Joseph Mancewiczs direction is pretty good too But there are plenty of moments when the film simply dissolves into talkiness and it gets a little slow and boring The fi


  24. jotix jotix says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBIJoseph L Mankiewicz was a genius and this is his masterpiece without a doubt Mr Mankiewiczs timeless tale for this film was something that paralleled the great writing of another author that knew the inside of the human race Honore de BalzacIn this story about the theater all the elements come together to weave a perfect movie one that will endure the passage of time Mr Mankiewiczs screen play is about blind ambition and to what extremes does a person goes in order to realize that goal The writer seems to be telling us that to Eve Harrington her end justified the means by which she arrived at getting where she gotThe cast assembled for the movie was the perfect blend of styles and acting ability This film is dominated by Eve Harrington who Anne Baxter plays to perfection We first see her as the adoring fan to Margo Channing the star of the hit play on Broadway She will do anything t


  25. tedg tedg says:

    MOBI Ève PDF/EPUB È ↠ history books.co Ève kindle, 1950 mobile, Ève MOBISpoilers hereinI admit I find the story of the Mankiewicz brothers to be one of the most interesting in all filmdom Part of the allure is their experimentation in narrative perspectives and the nature of fabricationHere the fabrication is extra sweetly dimensional We have a movie about movies actresses portraying actresses with resonances among all these four elementsAnd we have the character who fabricates a character Eve who incidentally is as much a written object as the characters of the movie are And of course she believes otherwise just as Bettes character does and we presume Bette herself didThe writing is pure genius aided presumably by psychotropics as was the later Cleopatra which was begun with similar aspirations I found the acting superficial but again thats part of the fun I guessTeds Evaluation of Worth watching


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