I can’t really see why this movie is so great… it could have been made a lot better but oh well. Its good, but I’ve seen a lot better. The plot is a graduate who has an affair with Mrs. Robinson and ends up falling in love with Mrs. Robinson’s daughter.
I loved this movie! It helps that I love myself a bit of drag >.< But aside from that, its actually just really funny! I really enjoyed it. My dad walked into the living room as me and my mum were watching it and I told him to guess what we were watching and as soon as ‘Dorothy’ came on screen he went “Tootsie!!” I think this is going to be one of those movies that I’ll recommend to my friends, it’s a great comedy. Now onto my notes which I don‘t think will do this movie justice;
Like I said, I knew my notes wouldn’t give this film justice. Its mainly negative notes, isn’t it? Ooops. But, no, please, take my word for it, it’s a funny movie, it really is. I loved it.
I don’t like when somebody comes up to me the next day and says, “Hey, man, I saw your play. It touched me; I cried.” I like it when a guy comes up to me a week later and says, “Hey, man, I saw your play… what happened?”
I was bored whilst watching this movie. Unfortunately, I’m a teenager who isn’t interested in politics at all and doesn’t know that much about recent American history. The only good thing I found which was relatively impressive was the speech and sound. The actors have to talk over airplanes and loud office noises which makes the scenes more realistic and like a documentary. The characters also spoke over each other which is also realistic; if you listen in on any conversation in real life, you’ll hear them talking over one another, not waiting for the other to stop speaking like ‘in the movies’.
Oooo, I did like one other thing. When they’re talking to each other through their typing is something that us girls do when we’re talking about stuff we don’t want anyone else to hear but on our mobile/cell phones! It just made me smile.
Er… that’s about it. I regret to say I didn’t enjoy it but I’m sure there are plenty of people out there who will/do. My mum does!