The Best Among Classics & Musicales
I’ve loved this movie since I was a little girl. I know it’s escapism but who wouldn’t want to go back to a time when families ate, sang and talked with one another. This movie is the greatest feel good movie of them all and one of my all time favorite movies ever.
There's no other music quite like it. It is perfection in every way possible.
The perfect movie musical. Charming and touching without being saccharine.
The best movie in the world.
By Old fashion Baptist's review
Seriously I don't know why Hollywood can't make movies like this any more. Movies without bad words, sex, and doing and speaking about inappropriate things. I always thought Tom Drake and Judy Garland were super cute together (in the movie of course). My favorite scene is when Rose and Esther are singing "Meet me in St. Louis" by the piano, and when they had their friends over and were all singing and dancing to "Skip to my Lou." Every time I watch this movie I always wish I had a sister. I love the good sister relationship between Rose and Esther, and of course the relationship between Esther and John. This is, without a shout of a doubt, my all time favorite movie! I always wished that they would have made more movies with Tom Drake and Judy Garland together based in the early 1900s period. I won't lie Tom Drake is kind of cute. 😉
Wonderful! Must see!
I think that this movie is a very good movie.great for 8 years and up!
I downloaded movies but was unable to access it along with lucky one movie. I would like a refund
Meet me in st. Louis
I love Judy Garland she was fantastic in this movie. When first seen that iTunes had this movie I had to buy it. It's a movie that you just want to watch over and over again.
I fell in love with this movie when I watched it. The songs are amazing and the way they dressed is beautiful.
Meet me in St Louis
By Laura Hebb
I love this movie!
A sweetheart of a movie
By His Majesty's Princess
Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien hit it off in the turn of the century "Meet me in St Louis." Together they team up with classics such as "Under the bamboo tree" and the original "Have yourself a Merry little Christmas." The musical also features such classics as "the trolley song" and the title track which runs throughout the picture. Strong performances are given by Leon Ames as the Smith patriarch and Marjorie Mains as their housekeeper. Keep an eye out for a young June Lockhart of "Lassie" fame in the role of Lucille Ballard. The musical is a welcome addition to a movie classics library.