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The Sound of MusicDvDrip[720x436]AC3[6ch][Eng]-RHooD
F I L E I N F O
Title......[ The Sound of Music
Rating.....[ G - General
Genre......[ Based On True Story / Drama / Musical / Family / Classic / RHooD
Store Date.[ 11 Jan 2008
Audio......[ AC3 48000Hz 448kb/s (6ch-5.1 Surround Sound) [0.67% overhead]
Video......[ 1428kbps XviD 25FPS [0.33% overhead]
Sample Size[ 24bit
Subs.......[ TSOM_Subs[Eng]-RHooD.srt (seperate sub file - For the hearing impaired)
Size.......[ 2200 MB
N O T E S
RADIANCE THAT FLOODS THE SCREEN...AND WARMS THE HEART!
The Sound of Music (1965)
Share the magical, heartwarming true-life story that has become the most popular family film of all tim.
- Rodgers and Hammersteins.
Julie Andrews lights up the screen as Maria, the spirited young woman who leaves the convent to become governess to the seven children of Captain von Trapp, an autocratic widower whose strict household rules leave no room for music and merriment.
C O M M E N T S
The Sound of Music rules because it has everything., 9 August 1999
Author: Caren Lissner from Hoboken, NJ
While many people agree that the Sound of Music is one of the best films of all time, some are at a loss to adequately explain why; they buckle under and admit that there are parts that are syrupy, etc. Well, I'll tell you why it's the best movie ever (and I DON'T agree that it's too syrupy). It simply has everything one could want in a movie. First of all, it has a REAL romance - one where you can watch the characters slowly fall in love. It's not like today's movies where two characters meet and the next scene is them waking up together. Secondly, it has humor. Not syrupy or corny humor, but very wry, dry tongue-in-cheek humor. For evidence, look at the quotes. Baronness Schraeder is especially well-done in this regard. Her comments simply drip with ice. "Good bye, Maria. I'm sure you'll make a fine nun." You want to smack her. Thirdly, it's got adventure. The Nazis are the ultimate villains in any movie - WWII was as clear a case of good vs. evil as you can find, making it great fodder for films - and so it's great to see Maria, the Captain and the kids outwit them. Fourthly, it's got great music. Fifthy, it's got great scenery. And the plot and dialogue are astounding. I find new things to admire each time I watch. Finally, is there a greater scene in any movie than the nuns revealing the stolen Nazi car parts??? "The Sound of Music" does not just succeed because it cheers people up with syrup or song. It succeeds because it is a wonderfully-constructed, wonderfully-written, wonderfully-acted, brilliant movie. For me, no other movie can compare. Not to be obsessed with it or anything. :)