Well, anyone of us ever remember Hollywood's most memorable classic romance that spans decades? As an ardent fan of romance and enticing Hollywood musicals, I unmistakably feel their pulses, which increase with the pure magic and the aura of timeless songs that are so lovingly displayed on the silver screen last year. Whether it's a touching saga of meetings Star Love during wartime under the Moorish arches of Rick & caffé American in "Casablanca" or mixed melodrama "Gone with the Wind" – based on Margaret Mitchell & # 39 bestselling Civil War epic (which defined the term "Hollywood blockbuster "), I have an insatiable appetite for each of them.
Oh, how can I forget the tremendous emotions magic Korableva romance that captivates the Frenchwoman and an American (Charles Boyer and Irene Dunne, respectively) into each other's arms forever memorable "love affairs"? Or do you remember the phenomenal affair between Kerry Grant and Deborah Kerr in "The Sting, to remember" where man and woman meet on a ship that crosses the ocean and fall in love, only to say goodbye, promising to drastically to meet at the top of the Empire State Building, New York ( that, unfortunately, will not happen later)? No less memorable for me to & # 39 is an epic love saga "Roman holiday", which appears to be from & # 39 is the most precious romance transition between the masked princess and handsome American reporter (Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, respectively).
If you remember the songs by candlelight serenadyravanne, love or beloved star crossed love epic saga, you obviously would indicate the romantic chemistry between the lover and his beloved as the most important foundation for these wonderful, clever and immensely touching true stories. love. Interestingly, the success of blockbusters in Hollywood Romance areas associated with the inclusion of the main elements of Hollywood (especially music), classical Romanesque elements and the degree of sentimentality, which, again, is quite stylishly elegant in nature.
50th and 60th years were elitychnyya days of classical romance in Hollywood, where the ethos, pathos, happy endings, hearty farewell and romantic love scenes, along with the performances of some of Hollywood's Hollywood Heart, such as Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, Cary grant, Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh and Marilyn Monroe were the main basis of every young heart. Now I would not consider this article as an anthology of the history of cinematography, consisting of the best films of all time classic romance genre, so this work is an encyclopedia, not a human. And these days you are sure that you have a lot on the Internet. Thus, I would like to confine my discussion only at certain stages of our cinematic past eras and cultural environment of production of these masterpieces, which again come from the same love that I have for these films.
While today, Warner Bros., Twentieth Century Fox, MGM and Columbia (Sony) with the & # 39 is one of the pioneers in the production and distribution of Hollywood films at Paramount Pictures last year, the longest an American studio was used to vznachalennya arena production and distribution of American movies. It was the most blissful time when the system of Hollywood studios produced the classic movies that embodied the refined, causing stories method abandons the attention of the public imagination. While this has been true since the beginning of the nineteen-thirties and forty to sixty years, the audience in those days Karz films that adhere to certain requirements, and the views used to create a cinematic devices to suggest what they could not. tell unequivocally. Without ioty arrogant sensory stimulation, strict use of compelling stories and characters, fast dialogue, high production values (including cinematography, editing, shot composition, sound, set design and costumes) and, above all, above-standard actors prowess stars in those days gave birth to some of the most famous romance romances of all time, including "Gone with the wind," "West Side story," "Casablanca," "Roman holiday", "My Fair lady" and "The thing to remember."
Combined '40s,' 50s and '60s was also the era that created the big silver screen legend, such as Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart, Spencer Tracy, irresistibly handsome Cary Grant and super charismatic Gregory Peck, famous Knights Katarina Hepburn Bette Davis and Ingrid Bergman, Sophia Loren, Audrey Hepburn and Greta Garbo and Marilyn Monroe. I wonder, did you know that recently took AFI ranking of the great love story of the first century of American cinema when "Casablanca" takes uno rooms? "Gone with the Wind" and "West Side Story" fall just beside her among the greatest classics of American drum.
Indeed worthy of its legendary status due to their broad epic romance film, few people dare to challenge the position of these three films as a silver screen and the greatest songs ever. And it is worth noting that in each of these films has a main screen moments between the main characters, which are full of romantic content, which again, unmistakably grows into a large, personalized fantasy among fans of drum songs. Anyone who saw "Roman Holiday", will never forget the phenomenal scene between Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Pekka when Peck puts his hand in the "mouth of truth" (La Bocca della Verità), stone face in Rome, according to legend, bit off his hand, if you say lie. In the film, when he holds out his hand, he is absent, resulting in Gepbern dressed as Princess Anne, screaming hysterically. The chemistry between them on stage is so contagious that the audience never fails to identify the film as a love story with the highest honors from the classic elements of a romance.
On the other hand, there were times that always created a memorable, always exciting Hollywood musicals, like the legendary "Sound of Music" (1965), "Singing in the Rain" (1952). Considered as the two greatest movie musical of all time, it's the movies that linger forever in the hearts of lovers of romance. Who can forget the sweet, ethereal chants of Julie Andrews in "Sound of Music", where she teaches seven children notes "Do re mi" or where it maintains its individuality, singing, "I have confidence," or where she playfully mixed with the children in the song " it's a few of my favorite things "?
In recording the cast album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year, and the film won the Academy Award for Best Picture and a & # 39 is one of the most popular musicals that ever produced. "Singing in the Rain", on the other hand, starring Gene Kelly, Donald O & Connor, and Debbie Reynolds, rich wit as a satirical comedy, which is one of the most magnificent elements of past years & # 39; musicals. This is a movie where there is a phenomenal dance scene of Gene Kelly with the title song "Singing in the Rain", rotating umbrella, splashing through the puddles and soaked skin. "My beautiful lady", another classic romantic comedy, formed in a musical – one of my personal favorites from elektryfikavalnymi performances of Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Dulit, young, unkempt girl cockney and Rex Harrison as Henry Higgins, arrogant, annoying professor of phonetics. Together, they set fire to the screen with a memorable adaptation of the stage musical My Fair Lady based on the n & # 39; play "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw.
In later years, to be more specific, with devyatnastasot seventies and eighties, there was a noticeable shift romance coil with stylish exquisite, refined and attractive style of black and white years to more bitter, soft and blood world of lovers, swaying from prolonged kissing scene and making love, boundless energy and emotion. What may be the best example of a new space in which the lovers were different than specified in the "Love Story" (1970), one of the most romantic movies ever made? Romantic tearing from director Arthur Hiller on the hottest time of the tragic end. It is, in fact, a true love story about life. The film, which is considered the most successful film of Paramount so far received seven nominations for an Academy Award, including Best Picture. Another, "90th anniversary", "Forrest Gump" (1994), reviving the very pristine emotions of love as the story revolves on some of the most enduring and touching moments of love between Forrest (Tom Hanks) and his lifelong love Jenny. While in the film, we have a broad view of the thirty tumultuous years of American history, which saw the admiring eyes simpleton Forrest, we gifted classical scenes that are unmatched ornateness and depth, while maintaining extremely attractive character. Again, in the 90 years we see an extremely exciting passion and chemistry on screen between Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman" (1990), a grand love story about a wealthy businessman who falls in the effervescent prostitute.
The chemistry between the lovers seemed so natural and convincing that it is superior to the shackles of the romantic comedy and is still remembered as a rather classic film in the genre of the Romanesque. By the end of the 90s the world of romance in Hollywood again uzgaravsya blockbuster of all time, "Titanic" (1997), a fictional love story between Rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo de Caprio), representatives of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ill-fated maiden journey of the ship "Titanic" in 1912. Despite the fact that the film is based on the historical immersion giant "Titanic", the essence and beauty of the film are as poignant tale about their love, which is further adorned with soulful music and catchy soundtrack. On the other hand, even with the same intensity and passion vostrastsyu in "Notepad" (2004) unfolds idyllic love story between Noah (Ryan Gosling) and his love Allie (Rachel McAdams). Adapted from the romantic novel in 1996 Nicolas Sparks, it was one of the most touching screen romances of our time.
Last but not least; let me share with you my feelings when I witnessed another classic film outside of Hollywood, which reflects the romance on the screen so aggressively, but with a sharp tone that I was immediately reminded of the classic tone of the creative sugestyvnastsi and subtlety characteristic of the famous Hollywood romances. The film – it is nothing like the Italian masterpiece "La Vita E Belle" ( "Life Is Beautiful"), directed by Roberto Benigni, who won 3 "Oscar" in 1998. Jews in the concentration camps of the Second World War, the subtleties of the film overcome the horrors of the concentration camp with some of the most beautifully reflected romantic sequences of world cinema.
Remember the scene where Guido is for the bride to Dora in the conservatory and the scenes that follow after that? But instead, to show that they are doing there, the scene dissolves slowly in the frame of the same greenhouse, only this time it plays a little boy. The problem is obvious: the device is to advance the plot for a few years, without restoring the cliché "in five years …" header and love scene leaves the viewer imagination. Due to the strange scenario movie was unforgettable tale that proves indomitable spirit of love, family & # 39; and and imagination in the face of all ills. Undoubtedly, it is, along with the joys of love and life – is the strongest theory that serves as the basic foundation of all successful Roman classics in the history of Hollywood! And so, whether it is in "Casablanca" or "Notepad", both of & # 39; Cupid & # 39; and & # 39; Life & # 39; Typically! After all kvintesentsyynyya romances – is a celebration of life in its various shades. Struck amorous arrows, it is becoming more beautiful and transcendent!