Popeye

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Annie

Excellent. Just like the old time comic jumped off the newspaper!

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Danny

Charming, sweet, funny film. Lovely music by Harry Nilsson, beautiful sets and costumes. Robin Williams and Shelly Duvall are both excellent, as are the other actors. Just plain fun!

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Ted

Truly the sort of musical comedy that either you find delightful, whimsical, and weirdly charming (as I do), or you hate it (as some critics did). Williams as the wisecracking sailor man and Duvall as a surprisingly sexy Olive Oyl are perfectly cast, ditto the occasionally menacing but always ...Read more

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