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A New Kind of Love

A New Kind of Love(1963)

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  • A New Kind of Career Move

    • DougieB
    • 11/4/11

    It's a little disorienting watching Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, American acting aristocracy by 1963, going the Rock and Doris route, but this movie does have its charm. Joanne seems to have been the funny one in the family, because some of Paul's line readings come off as smarmy and crude. Later in life he seems to have mellowed to the point where a wry humor could emerge, but here and in "What A Way To Go!" with Shirley Maclaine, his other foray into this genre, he goes for a smug, leering masculine stereotype which can be a little unpleasant to watch. Thelma Ritter gives the movie some comedy cred, as she did in just about everything she appeared in, but is cast as the pathetic loser sidekick she was too often asked to play. However, any movie which could create a context for ANY of the Gabor sisters gets credit for effort. Eva was the fun, (comparatively) relaxed one and discharges her comedic duties quite well. The movie as a whole isn't as zany as it would like to be, but it has its moments and is well worth checking out if you're a fan of the genre.

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    • Sonia
    • 11/27/10

    Eu adoro ver Paul Newman e Joanne Woodward atuando juntos. Eles tinham um qumica perfeita e neste filme eles passam por situaes hilrias e nem por isso o filme que uma comdia deixa de ter um toque de romance. Eu adoraria ver o filme no TCM. Este filme maravilhoso.

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