AFI Top 100 – #85: A Night At The Opera CLEAN
We review film #85: “A Night At The Opera“…the 1935 Marx Brothers film where the Marx Brothers must take down a jerk of an Opera singer and give a chance to two young, up-and-coming non-jerk Opera singers.
YOU'RE RUINING EVERYTHING!!!
Lindsay says "I Liked it."
Jeff says "I Liked it."
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- Physical abuse was perfectly okay for anyone involved in theater during the 1930's.
- You can throw flowers up into the air, and they will magically vanish.
- All theaters have comically oversized hammers available.
- All bad guys fit into the clichè, bad guy look. However somehow, no one ever realizes they are evil.
- If you want to burst into a song, there will always be someone with a guitar and an invisible orchestra nearby that will know exactly what song you want to sing.
- People in the 30's took the phrase "The Show Must Go On" very seriously, even if the stage surrounding the performers is physically falling apart.
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