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Bedazzled(1967)

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  • Not quite as dazzling as it was

    • Oliver Cutshaw
    • 4/26/18

    A flawed but very good Dudley Moore and Peter Cook satire of religion, art, music, and nearly everything else in 20th Century English society. These two talented writers, comedians, and musicians have their charm, wit, and satire on full display. Yes, I agree the years have not been completely kind to this film. The camera work seems needlessly arty and some of the humor which seemed very trendy and challenging in its day, now just seems like second rate Monty Python. That perhaps is the point. Moore and Cook created "Beyond the Fringe", the spiritual forerunner of Second City TV and Monty Python. What was truly trendsetting in 1967 is today just a standard form of TV and Movie comedy. Despite these creaky moments, More and Cook are great together. Wonderful and versatile comic team. The music written by Dudley Moore is excellent. Stanley Donen directs and somehow keeps this stew of a half a dozen sketches together. Oh, one highlight Peter Cook appears as an early glam rocker, rather like the young David Bowie. Marvelous. So take a look sometime. Some weak points, dated lapses, but many highlights.

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