Monday, July 21, 2008

My Most Favourite Movie

I love watching movies, the ones made these days are ok, but i think the movies made between 1940-1960 where much better.

Out of all the old movies i have watched my most favourite is The Picture of Dorian Gray, a friend got me a copy of the movie a few years ago, but i get afraid to watch it to much in case i ruin the tape and not have it anymore. But reading a movie website it seems the movie will be coming out in October this year on DVD, i am sooooo happy that i might be able to finally buy it.

The movie to me shows that when you do bad in life it will come back and bite you.

The movie is set in London 1886, it is about a man called Dorian Gray (Hurd Hatfield) who lives a life of wealth, one day he goes to a club that people of lower social economics would go to and hears a women called Sibyl Vane (Angela Lansbury) sing a song and he finds himself falling in love with her.
Dorian has a friend Lord Henry Wotton (George Sanders) who suggests that Dorian find out if this women loves him for him or for his money, from there things start to go bad.

Meanwhile Dorian is getting a portrait of himself painted, whenever Dorian does anything bad it goes into the painting instead of himself, making it that Dorian never ages or grow old.

There is a great ending to do with Dorian's portrait, but i don't want to ruin the movie for anyone who things they might like to watch it