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Francis Lai Love Story 1997.rar


Newsweek felt the film was contrived[12] and film critic Judith Crist called Love Story "Camille with bullshit".[14] Vincent Canby of The New York Times wrote, "I can't remember any movie of such comparable high-style kitsch since Leo McCarey's Love Affair (1939) and his 1957 remake, An Affair to Remember. The only really depressing thing about 'Love Story' is the thought of all the terrible imitations that will inevitably follow it."[15] Gene Siskel gave the film two stars out of four and wrote that "whereas the novel has a built-in excuse for being spare (it is told strictly as the boy's reminiscence), the film does not. Seeing the characters in the movie ... makes us want to know something about them. We get precious little, and love by fiat doesn't work well in film."[16] Gary Arnold of The Washington Post wrote, "I found this one of the most thoroughly resistible sentimental movies I've ever seen. There is scarcely a character or situation or line in the story that rings true, that suggests real simplicity or generosity of feeling, a sentiment or emotion honestly experienced and expressed."[17] Writer Harlan Ellison wrote in The Other Glass Teat, his book of collected criticism, that it was "shit". John Simon wrote that Love Story was so bad that it never once moved him.[18]




Francis Lai Love Story 1997.rar



In the 3rd episode of the seventh series of Peep Show, Jeremy attempts to participate in a book club discussion about Wuthering Heights without having read it. Confident in the knowledge that Wuthering Heights is a love story he decides to compare it to the film Love Story.


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