My Fair Lady Review


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Good Morning Lovelies,

It isn’t everyday that a classic film is released into the wild again, but today marks the return of a true legend. My Fair Lady, starring Audrey Hepburn, turned her into an icon of epic proportions. Now in Ultra HK definition, the film is showing just why in a new beautiful form.

Winner of the Best Picture Oscar upon its release, this musical really stands the rest of time. It’s wit, heart and adaptation all portray the rise of Hepburn’s cockney lady in a beautiful manner. As a viewer, you are simply enchanted by the look and finesse of the whole feature.

Unlike other classics, it is easy to see the way in which society and other films have taken from it. Hepburn has shown actors how to make the most of their time on screen. It is an outrage in lots of ways that she never got an Academy Award for her role.

The film is and always will be a winner in lots of other ways though. Whilst the cast, writing and production may not be a modern making, it stands the test of time. Giving us everything we could want or admire from cinema.

4 Stars

Joey X

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