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0 out of 0 users found this helpful My favorite movie GWTW!
I have seen GWTW over 400 times. Twice I saw it at the theater. I have alot of memorabilia and collectables. I did a book report on it when I was a freshman in high school 1966. I hadn't seen the movie. I used to be able to do all the dialogue for every character in the movie. Now only a few. LOL! We used to have GWTW parties every November,unfortunately I don't know of anyone around here that is as much of a fan as I am. So Sorry to hear about Ann Rutherford's passing. She did live a long life.
2 out of 4 users found this helpful Gone With The Wind
An appalling disaster, not only for its depication of pre-Civil War life including slavery, useless aristocracy, and crappy production values including script, this film should be put in the nearist dumpster as soon as possible. I hated, hated, hated, after seeing this atrocity only once! Get Rid of this Now! Judy Hile
3 out of 4 users found this helpful GWTW
Loved this movie, went through boxes of tissues with my girl friends watching it in the theater. Vivien Leigh was amazing and the chemistry between she and Clark Gable was there. I think this one does diserve to stay on the "Classic" list.
3 out of 3 users found this helpful classic
THIS MOVIE IS A CLASSIC. WHO EVER SAYS THEY DONT LIKE THE MOVIE THEN REALLY MUST NOT OF WATCHED IT, WILLINGLY AT LEAST.THE BOOK I WILL AGREE WAS MUCH BETTER BUT ALL BOOKS MADE TO MOVIE ARE, BUT GIVE IT A FEW TRYS AND REALLY TRY NOT TO THINK OF THE BOOK THE WHOLE TIME. A CLASSIC WITH WONDERFUL ACTORS! BY THE WAY HAS ANYONE READ THE BOOK SCARLETT? OF COURSE ITS NO CLASSIC BUT GOOD BOOK SHE DID WELL AT PICKING IT UP WERE IT ENDED, THEY ALSO MADE A MOVIE, OF COURSE NO WERE AS GOOD BUT FUN TO WATCH. I HIGHLY RECOMENED READING OR EVEN SEEING THE MOVIE SCARLETT. YOU WONT REGRET IT.
1 out of 4 users found this helpful Horrid.
The book is my favorite book of all time, and everyone told me the movie was so great and I should really see it. So I watched it. And I know you cant fit all the stuff that happens in a 1000 page book into a movie, but really, this movie left much to be desired. The characters did not seem very real at all, Scarlett seemed too off in her own world, when in the book she was very concerned with being able to keep Tara. And Melanie seemed really fake in the movie. I even rented the movie again, thinking I must have missed something the first time. I couldnt even get through the first scene!
3 out of 4 users found this helpful Gone With the Wind ---Timeless Classic
Gone With the Wind is a timeless movie that stands in the archives of time. One of the got to see movies. The actors, the settings, and the presentation are all worthy of recognition in any persons lifetime. The movie depicts the South in all its grandure, and continues through the picture to contrast and frame Southern and Northern reaction of the Civil War.
4 out of 5 users found this helpful The best movie of all time!
I can't even put into words how much I passionately adore this movie. "Gone With the Wind" defines the word classic. Everything is spectacular - the scenery is beautiful and epic, the characters are riveting and true to the novel, the costumes, the music, the drama ... Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable were astounding! I've seen it too many times to count, but every time I know I'm experiencing something magnificent. Everybody should see this masterpiece at least once in their lifetime or they're missing out. I promise you'll love it.
2 out of 2 users found this helpful Truly Amazing...A Masterpiece
A truly wonderful movie that has something for everyone. Vivien Leigh, a previously unknown actress, gave a lot to the movie. Clark Gable represents a time in Hollywood when there was actually talent, not like the very young stars that will be taking over Hollywood (Hillary Duff, the Olsen twins) and in my mind, ruining it. I think that he really deserved an Oscar for the role, because in my mind, he portrayed Rhett Butler perfectly. The movie is faithful to the book, and I think that it was really well made. I'd recommend it to anyone.
1 out of 2 users found this helpful Fantabulous!
Posted: 6/5/2004A review of Gone With the Wind by an unrecognized user
This movie is the most bestest movie in the world!! it is my most favorite movie!! Everything about this movie is wonderful. THe casting is impeccable and well just about everything is perfect!! the costumes are especially fantstical!!
2 out of 2 users found this helpful Incredible
This movie is incredible. It shows so much history and at the same time romance. It made me laugh, cry, and get really mad. I love this movie and anyone who watches it will probablly agree with me.
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this had got to be the best movie in the world! I would recommend this movie to anyone! (just not men)<br>
3 out of 3 users found this helpful Gone with the Wind will reign forever!
As a child of 9, (some 33 years ago), my mother without a babysitter wanted to go see "Gone with the Wind" again. She brought me. <br><br>I was transfixed. I remember the first time I saw the movie as if it were yesterday. During the battle of Atlanta when the wounded soldier was pleading for his leg to not be amputated I remember feeling physically ill! At intermission I told my Mother that I was going to grow up and Marry Rhett Butler if Scarlett didn't do it by the end of the movie!<br><br>At the end, I cried and cried... great buckets of tears. But how lovely and bittersweet they were. My first taste of High Romance.... Scarlett and Rhett... synonomous in my mind with Romeo and Juiliett, Abelard and Heloise.<br><br>The very day after watching the film I borrowed the book at the library, (was quite a reader!) and read it again and again so many times that I went through many copies.<br><br>Gone With the Wind is more than a movie. It is a giant in cinema. To most young people now I know they think it is dated and chopped up. But... if they watched it as I did the first time, on a big screen instead of broken up into 10 minute segments on a TV movie of the week they would find a grand, lovely story...<br><br>Perhaps someday it will be rereleased in theatres. I would love it! In the meantime, my advice to those who HAVEN'T seen it is... relax, watch it without commercial interruption and enjoy the time of which it was filmed. It is simply brilliant!<br><br>And then.... don't forget to READ THE BOOK! It's even better!<br><br>Long live Scarlett and Rhett!
0 out of 8 users found this helpful What?
My wife has insisted that I watch this moronic tale with her at least a dozen times. Really, what IS the big deal? This movie pretty much sucks. What does this Clark Gable guy got that Clint Eastwood or John Wayne doesn't? The acting is silly, the story is pathetically innacurate, and it's too damn long.