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The Sound of Music 1965

A woman leaves an Austrian convent to become a governess to the children of a Naval officer widower...

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One of my favorite movies. It might be on the sweet side, but sometimes just exactly what it is needed. Anyway, there's Christopher Plummer as the captain to balance out all that sweetness. Julie Andrews at freshest and best. Her singing is wonderful, the alps are beautiful, songs are memorable, and story line never gets boring.
The Sound of Music (1965): 8/10

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The Sound of Music

Ok.. so, "The Sound of Music".. what can be said, it's one of "my favorite things" :p .. It haunted my childhood and I have recently seen it after a long time.. really brought up memories.. Even if i knew the outcoming I was still caught up in the story. Even if it's not a cinematographic masterpiece I still find it great. Corny you would say, I know, but it has a great vibe and the soundtrack is nice, too.. There, I've said it.. :D

The Sound of Music (1965)

As much as I hate musicals I can honestly say I think this is a good movie. It's too family-oriented for large parts of the movie, but it does have great character development. The best part of the movie is the ending and that's what has kept it lasting in my memory over the years.
A superb film, a triumph, pretty much, but it's so sugar coated that it would make Capra vomit (in places). Still, there are some superb songs, Chris Plummer and Richard Hayden are superb, and Andrews pretty much carries the film.

But the children rival Jar-Jar Binks, they really do.
Ultimately, this is a fine film; but the ridiculously silly songs are almost intolerable, and the children's performances are equally annoying.

To the film's credit, it does have breathtaking cinematography, and the lead performances from Plummer and Andrews are solid. It starts out slow, but it picks up the pace and by the end it's an excellent film.