• 电影名称 Oliver!

  • ——"OLIVER!" is the Best Picture of the Year! [post-Oscar]
  • 中文名称 雾都孤儿
  •  类型  戏剧 / 家庭 / 歌舞
  •  国家  英国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  2 hr 33 min (153 min)
  • 上映时间 27 September 1968 (UK)
Its strange that the film that won the best picture Oscar at the 1968Academy Awards was a film made in England, but if ever a movie deserved thathonor, I think it is Oliver. This movie is a true classic that should be onevery best picture list and given a place of honor at The American FilmInstitute...
"Oliver!" is a vast improvement over the marvelous Broadway stage version,opening up the scenes with the ability to expand the range of the materialand still remain faithful to the Dickens story. Brimming with unforgettablesongs and dances (that choreography by Onna White is timeless), it is sowell ...
I was lucky to see "Oliver!" in 1968 on a big cinema screen in Bostonwhen I was a young teenager. Later, during the summer of 1969, I waspleased to see this film was still playing at a prominent cinema inLeicester Square, London, after it had won the Academy Award for BestPicture of the previous yea...
This film introduced me to musicals at the age of 5 or 6, starting a trendwhich has lasted for over two decades since - it remains my favourite foralot of reasons - the great treatment of Dickens' admittedly complicatedbook; memorable characters who do not sing, alongside those who do(stellarperform...
"Oliver!" brings to the screen a worthy adaption of Lionel Bart's Broadwaymusical of the sixties. The combination of a superb cast, wonderful musicand breathtaking choreography mean that the film loses nothing in itstranslation from the stage. To this day it remains one of the stand-outmusical ada...
I took part in a little mini production of this when I was a bout 8 atschool and my mum bought the video for me. I've loved it ever since!!When I was younger, it was the songs and spectacular dance sequencesthat I enjoyed but since I've watched it when I got older, I appreciatemore the fantastic act...
Oliver! the musical is a favorite of mine. The music, the characters,the story. It all just seems perfect. In this rendition of the timelessclassic novel turned stage musical, director Carol Reed brings theBroadway hit to life on the movie screen.The transition from musical to movie musical is not a...
Before watching the movie I read the original novel, and I was notdisappointed at all about the adaptation. The movie is really faithful tothe spirit of Dickens narrative, but adds a new dimension to it by means ofgreat music and songs. ...
A high-spirited, lively version of the well-known story, the filmmanages to fit in songs and dances without subtracting from the deeperissues in Dickens' novel. The times are depicted vividly well, withexcellent sets and costumes, and the film works as both surfaceentertainment for the young generat...
As a lifelong fan of Dickens, I have invariably been disappointed byadaptations of his novels.Although his works presented an extremely accurate re-telling of humanlife at every level in Victorian Britain, throughout them all was apervasive thread of humour that could be both playful or sarcastic as...
Charles Dickens famous novel of an orphan boy, Oliver Twist, whoescapes from his poor life to seek his fame and fortune in London, isadapted as a glossy musical.Who would have thought that a story from the brilliant Dickens could beso sweet and endearing? So it be with Carol Reed's {Best DirectorWin...
OLIVER TWIST was to have controversy as well as success following itafter Dickens published it in 1837. His picture of life in the urbanghettos was something shocking and new, and his making the centralfigures of the novel include criminals was another innovation.One day he was walking in London and...
I just saw this recently, after an interval of nearly forty years. Itholds up well, especially Lionel Bart's outstanding songs. ("Who WillBuy" with it's magical counterpoint, just one of many standouts.)I disagree with the other post that decried its G rating. The ratingssystem, brand new at the tim...
I love this movie. Love it love it love it.But I know that not everyone loves musicals. So: if you find themusical genre contrived or unnatural or kitschy, if it's just not yourthing, then don't bother with this movie because it is unabashedly andoutstandingly a MUSICAL.The songs: "Food, Glorious Fo...
i'm really getting old,,am in the midst of watching this 40 year oldflick,and wonder what my grandchildren will be watching 40 years fromnow,,its an old saying,,but they don't make em like that anymore..it'snot only the story,its the music,the acting both by young and old..thecast ,it would seem,wer...
In Cinema Retro magazine #2,it is revealed that Mark Lester's voice wasactually dubbed by a 20 year old female, Kathe Green. Although Lestewas considered perfect for the title role, director Carol Reed was notat all pleased with his singing abilities. The secret was revealed byon a 2004 UK documenta...
This is one musical I enjoyed very much. It had wonderful music, it waswell sung, the acting was also incredibly good (loved the Artful Dodgerand of course, Finigan). Unlike most musicals, all stuff and fluff andall happy and joyful, this one has its dark side, and contains twomurders, or killings. ...
Unable to give an unbiased view as I think this is one of the Greatestfilms ever made! Every single aspect of the film is perfect, from thesets and costumes to the choreography and music! Every characterizationis spot on. Ron Moody IS Fagin just as Jack Wilde makes an ideal ArtfulDodger and seriousl...
This is a musical adaptation of Dicken's "Oliver Twist". For the mostpart, the original story has been maintained, though for the flow ofthe film certain subplots (such as the summer he spent recuperating andthe half-brother) are omitted. The biggest difference in the film andthe story is that by th...
The great cinematic musicals were made between 1950 and 1970. Thistwenty year spell can be rightly labelled the “Golden Era” of thegenre. There were musicals prior to that, and there have been musicalssince… but the true classics seem invariably to have been made duringthat period. Singin’ I...
This production of Oliver is masterful in showing layers of evil in thehuman soul. What makes the story remarkable is a brilliantly brightUnseen Character, who pierces this darkness as he leads an innocent boythrough the gravest dangers safely into the hands of his own relative.Yea, though Oliver wa...
I would be as bold to say that this representation of Oliver Twist isby far the finest of all Dickens transitions from literature to screen. This Masterpiece was so representational of its time that it eveninspired the manufacture of products deemed to be iconic of the timesuch as London Distilled G...
He's an older, big brother type and takes Oliver under his wing in aquid pro quo fencing hiercharchy. This street smart musical is uniquiein style and scope. Jack Wild and Mark Lester were nicely castalongside the indelible Ron Moody, revamping his stage role. Hisconflict is ours and yet he is playf...
The Dickens novel becomes an Oscar-winning musical. The 1960s was thedecade of big musicals, many of them bloated and boring. This one issurprisingly enjoyable, thanks to wonderful songs and dances, causingthe two and half hours to fly by. Moody has the role of his career asthe leader of a gang of p...
Film has been kind to Charles Dickens. While renowned authors fromShakespeare to Hemingway have had inconsistent translations of theirwork filmed Dickens with his descriptive style and well definedcharacters (not to mention their unforgettable monikers) has a had somedistinguished translations such ...
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