Machen wir's in Liebe (1960)45K
Machen wir’s in Liebe: Directed by George Cukor. With Marilyn Monroe, Yves Montand, Tony Randall, Frankie Vaughan. When billionaire Jean-Marc Clement learns that he is to be satirized in an off-Broadway revue, he passes himself off as an actor playing him in order to get closer to the beautiful star of the show, Amanda Dell.
“Unlike many others who have left comments about this film, I really enjoy it. This is definitely not high on the intellect scale, but it is a sweet romantic comedy. I agree this is not Marilynu0026#39;s best film, but her performance in the role is better than anyone else could have done it; very cute and believable. Some of the writing really seems to target Marilynu0026#39;s own personal life (I donu0026#39;t know if they did that on purpose), especially when she talks about going to night school. Also during the song u0026quot;Incurably Romantic,u0026quot; Marilynu0026#39;s dress is flying up (a parallel to u0026quot;The Seven-Year Itch?u0026quot;). Her performance of the song u0026quot;My Heart Belongs to Daddyu0026quot; is just great. Itu0026#39;s really a lot of fun. The cameos are awesome, they really make the film into a u0026quot;time capsuleu0026quot; of the most popular comedian, dancer, and singer of the time. Tony Randall has a nice supporting role throughout the film; he is great in the scene where he sees Jean-Marc Clementu0026#39;s u0026quot;softer side.u0026quot; Yves Montand and Marilyn Monroe have the strangest relationship in the movie, and you have to feel bad for Jean-Marc! He is not used to NOT getting the girl! Yves plays this very well, I think. They may lack some chemistry, but the two characters are cute and likable and you really want them to get together. So what Iu0026#39;m saying is, this is well worth seeing, especially if you are a fan of Marilyn or Yves, just donu0026#39;t expect it to be intellectually challenging… it is a great rainy day flick. :-)”