You Made Me Love You (1933)

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A rich American businessman in London makes believe he's lost all his money so that his daughter will marry a composer.


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19 December 2019 | zkotpen
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| You made me laugh so hard
"You made me love you" is a brilliant comedy that made me laugh harder than I have at a movie in quite a while.

Warning: It took me about 10 minutes to get into the vibe of the film, as it's still very close cousin to the West End. At that point, I was on the verge of turning the movie off for good, but that little voice inside told me to be patient, and a bit more open minded... it was worth it!

Once I got over my own prejudices -- I usually like a cinematic rather than theatrical experience -- I found myself roaring with laughter. I caught on to the Taming of the Shrew overtones fairly quickly. Only, in this case, it was better than Shakespeare, in that I was roaring with laughter.

The best part is, even though I had a pretty good idea of how the whole production would turn out, the story line did hold me in suspense at the key dramatic moment. I could see the timer on my video player winding down in the final 10 minutes and just kept on wondering: How are they going to resolve this thing by the end of the movie?

They did resolve it, with simple, brilliant cinema:

Lights, camera, action.

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