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Well, I was wrong on both counts and badly wrong at that.
"Lola Montes" is one of my favorite films - although using the word "favorite" seems a bit reductive for such a beautiful work of art.
Much better than the previously available dvd, with better color rendition, and of course, the usual Criterion extras.
A justly revered classic of filmmaking, but the long sequence about the deaf Bavarian king who takes a liking to Lola should have been cut. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Doreen Appleton
This movie is listed in Danny Peary's cult movie book. I try to watch alot of the movies he writes about.Published 15 months ago by Jeff Colson
THE WHOLE STORY WAS REALLY HOLLOW, BUT THE DESIGN AND THE HANDLE OF THE WHOLE ELEMENT WAS TRULY UNFORGETTABLE AND AT HIGH-LEVEL. WATCH IT IF YOU DON'T HAVE TOP FILMS TO.Published on February 3, 2013 by HAN XIAO
This film needs an excellent reproduction and this is it.
The last of Ophuls' films, Lola Montes is fitting. Read more
Camera work is excellent, the script inventive. But why is the acting so plain awful? Especially the leading actress. Gee, she can't act! Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Joyce S. J. Yen
75uk Lola Montès by Max Ophüls (1955, 115')
Maximillian Oppenheimer (1902 Saarbrücken-1957 Hamburg,) -- known as Max Ophüls -- was an influential... Read more
This was an awesome movie that my parents had the honor of being cast in minor roles. I loved the costumes and the color was vibrant.Lola Montes (The Criterion Collection)Published on December 5, 2010 by Jdtartt
Beautiful to look at, fine old style film-making. One drawback for me: way too much of Ustinov yelling loudly in French. Read morePublished on November 27, 2010 by jj1
This review is for the Criterion Collection DVD edition of the film.
Lola Montès is the final film directed by Max Ophüls that he lived to see... Read more
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It is Amazon's imbecilic policy of review sharing that mixes in the ratings and reviews of the VHS tape, Fox-Lorber DVD, and Criterion blu-ray even though they are entirely different products. This makes reviews and ratings extremely unreliable and inaccurate and is a great frustration to most... Read More
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