Best Musical Ever!

By ginodindi
Written November 22, 2010
I don't know which is better - the singing, dancing, orchestra or story line. They don't make movies like this anymore!!
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By jayjay1988
Written May 02, 2013
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West Side Story

By wyfavoritemovies
Written November 20, 2010
To see a masterpiece like this on the 70mm big screen with restored sound is an offer not to pass up. I was just a baby when this movie came out, but we had the album of the sountrack and before I ever saw the movie, I already knew all the words to all the songs of the amazing Leonard Berstein music. The first time I think I saw the movie, it was on black and white tv with commercials! Since then, of course I've seen the movie many times and with each time discover another clever nuance and appreciate the sheer perfection of the timing, music, lyrics, and especially the choreography. Jerome Robbins was a genious and the movements are timeless. I did have a chance to see it once before on the big screen in Westwood Village in the late 80's. It was in limited release for the 25th anniversary. Having George Chakiris there to speak and answer questions was also something very special. I only wish I thought to bring the original album (which I kept for 50 years) to ask him to autograph!
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By kmskms96
Written March 24, 2013
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Timeless

By coelhoandsilva
Written November 23, 2010
Never outdated....Always a
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