Oeuvre: Minnelli: A Matter of Time
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: A Matter of Time

Vincente Minnelli’s final film, the stilted and ill-fated musical A Matter of Time (1976), is…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

After the fiasco known as The Sandpiper (1965) came and went, stars Elizabeth Taylor and…

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Oeuvre: The Sandpiper
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Oeuvre: The Sandpiper

There is a wonderful scene in the 1956 B-movie shlockfest The She-Creature where Ted Erickson…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Goodbye Charlie
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Goodbye Charlie

In 1962, Warner Brothers outbid all other studios for the rights to a movie that…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: The Courtship of Eddie’s Father
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: The Courtship of Eddie’s Father

Having somewhat anticipated pop art with his career of elevated kitsch, Vincente Minnelli demonstrates with…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Two Weeks in Another Town
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Two Weeks in Another Town

Vincente Minnelli’s Two Weeks in Another Town (1962) makes no secret that it’s essentially a…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

The best Vincente Minnelli movies are about movement. Sometimes this occurs in an active sense:…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Bells Are Ringing
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Bells Are Ringing

Bells Are Ringing is right along the lines of Kismet, a lark of a Broadway…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Home from the Hill
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Home from the Hill

While Vincente Minnelli’s previous film showed a more nuanced style from the director of The…

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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Some Came Running
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Oeuvre: Minnelli: Some Came Running

Today, Some Came Running is recognized by many as Vincente Minnelli’s most lavish melodrama, an…

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