Allied HD iTunes Code (LIMITED SUPPLY)

Allied HD iTunes Code (LIMITED SUPPLY)
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Allied HD iTunes Code (LIMITED SUPPLY)


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The Stars Shine in Casablanca

By George W. Lynn on November 29, 2016

Format: iTunes Code


The stars shine in Casablanca. The movie could have been better.so yes 3.5 stars as others have said is about right. This is the traditional Hollywood star vehicle and Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard certainly deliver. Brad's getting a bit long in the tooth for a Canadian pilot parachuting into Vichy French Morocco for a daring commando raid, so Hollywood works its magic to make him look right for the part, but the heavy makeup almost makes him look CGI at times. Marion is beautiful and endearing, sort of Ingrid Bergman with a sten gun, grit, determination and a deadly shot, They look great togther, act well together and really sell their characters and scenes. The first half of the movie is a nostalgic riff on the original Casablanca, including the original Hollywood myth that the city is on the edge of the Sahara desert. The big difference between this 21st century Hollywood movie and the original from the 40s is the total lack of a supporting caste of great character actors that made the orignal so diverting.

The first half of the film works very micely. The second half, not nearly so well. We all knew weeks ago from previews that Marion is now married to Brad, in London and somehow suspected of being a Nazi agent and that Brad must either prove she isn't or personally eliminate her. But the movie doesn't do a very good job providing previous background about her one way or the other that would add to the viewers' emotional dilemma. If she's a Nazi plant, how or why did she become one to begin with? If she's not, what is the reason for this particular game? Of course, it really is primarily intended as a star vehicle for Brad and Marion and we do get to see a lot of suspicions and great emotional anguish, but the film is less compelling without a solid backstory to really sell it. Too bad the stars left Casablanca, but the movie is diverting, just not as riviting as its predecessor. .