Singin’ in the Rain
Musical | In English| 103 minutes | 1952
Why Stream This Film?
Roger Ebert said it best in his review of the film: “No one who loves movies can afford to miss it.” Bravo!
- Rotten Tomatoes Score (Critics Consensus) 100% 100%
- Metacritic Score 99% 99%
Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress (Jean Hagen)
Golden Globes: Best Actor in a Musical (Donald O’Connor)
Writers Guild of America: Best-Written American Musical (Betty Comden and Adolph Green)
American Film Institute (AFII): Greatest Movie Musical
The United States Library of Congress selected the film for preservation in the National Film Registry.
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Spring came with a fresh and cheerful splatter to the Music Hall yesterday with the arrival of this new musical. Compounded generously with music, dance, color, spectacle, and a riotous abundance of Gene Kelly, Jean Hagen, and Donald O’Connor on the screen, all elements in this rainbow program are guaranteed to lift the dolors of winter and put you in a buttercup mood.
There is no movie musical more fun than SINGIN’ in the RAIN. One of this movie’s pleasures is that it’s really about something. Of course it’s about romance, as most musicals are, but it’s also about the film industry in a period of dangerous transition. This film is a transcendent experience and no one who loves movies can afford to miss it.
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