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Hotel Paradiso

Hotel Paradiso(1966)

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  • Typical English Movie

    • Maureen v.v
    • 3/17/14

    It's best to watch the beginning then fast forward 1/2 of the movie. The second half is better than the first. Some of the scenes reminded me of the movie Noises Off.

  • Like a Locomotive, starts Slow but builds up Speed

    • Frank
    • 7/12/13

    They called it the 'fin de sicle', the 'belle epoque' from the end of the 19-century to the middle of 1914 when Paris seemed to be the center of the universe. It was a tranquil, leisurely golden age in the memories of those who had been privileged with more than enough money to enjoy it.The movie starts out slowly with that belle epoque tranquility, but when henpecked Benedict Boniface (Alec Guinness) finds that his overbearing wife will be away for a night as well as the weighty husband (Robert Morley) of his lovely but lovelorn neighbor Marcelle Cot (Gina Lollobrigida), a tryst which will turn into a classic frenetic French farce begins shaping up. Cot's nephew Maxime also sees the chance to get better acquainted with the Boniface's attractive maid Victoire, adding to the potential confusion. And little do they know that all is being observed with amused interest by the master of the genre, Georges Feydeau.It's been a good summer on TCM. I've already seen "Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines" for the first time since it ran in the theatres, and now likewise with "Hotel Paradiso". If they would only replay the horrendously comic "The Fearless Vampire Killers; or, Pardon Me, but Your Teeth are in My Neck" with Roman Polanski and the lovely Sharon Tate, a golden summer would be complete...

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