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Big screen must see

By Kiernt
Written May 23, 2013
The chance to see Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton at the height of their careers amid some of the most glorious sets you will ever see is a must see on the big screen. The film is just over 4 hours long, but it never feels slow and the dialogue is first rate. The cast is superb, and the costumes and scenery are positively breath taking. I highly recommend it!
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Cleopatra 50th. Anniversary

By Gregory Lake
Written May 27, 2013
Well my remembrance of the film from 50 yrs. ago was very accurate . The acting was bad , the story uncompelling and the sets for all the money spent not very believable / Thankfully , 2 hrs. in there was an Intermission which allowed me the excuse to walk out . A total waste of time and money as I suspected it might be . I would have left sooner but I didn't want to disturb the other members in my row by stumbling over them in the dark . And besides that I had a large Coke to finish and Pop-Corn to eat .
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It's a classic..but it's long

By DJF
Written May 24, 2013
I liked the film and of course it's dated but that's part of the fun! Seeing actors and actresses when they were young always changes perceptions. But one suggestion, be sure to plan for a long movie. This one has an intermission so that tells you how long it is.
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Cleopatra 50th Anniversary

By Bradley's Bonti
Written May 27, 2013
That was a real movie production. The color, costumes, and the sheer volume of supporting actors amazed me. I am glad that I saw the film again, after all these years. Probably best for teens upward. A bit graphic for the young children. Theatre was full and people seemed captured by the cinematography.
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Really, really great

By rmccale
Written May 23, 2013
Love this movie! Way better in the theatre!!
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