Gone with The Wind
By White Dragon3
The most beautiful, elaborate, majestic film ever made. Simply a classic everyone must watch.
Favorite movie since I was 7 years old!
Best movie of all time!
The best of the best
awesome movie 🙂
An essential classic
A meticulous rendering of the book by Margaret Mitchell. If you can put aside your dismay with the obvious baloney about how noble the South was, and how slavery was really not so bad, then you can enjoy this remarkable achievement. It is really about two people from 1940, Rhett and Scarlett, who have landed in the Old South at the start of the Civil War.They both see the war for what it was--a Southern venture into stupidity driven by a small but powerful plantation class. Seen from this perspective, we can understand how Rhett and especially Scarlett, are driven mad with frustration and impatience with the ridiculousness of the entire conflict. But be warned: this is not a film for those who have the attention span of a termite.
Love love love this movie. So happy the price went down. Snatched it up! LOL
One of the best movies of all time
This is the ultimate classic. I could watch over and over again! One of the best book to movie interpretations ever.
A few charms and... antique, not equivalent to the legendary.
I watched this film during my childhood 1990's, including documentary of making stories and digital restoration with colour. Probably, this movie was famous at that time due to the main characters, rather the story itself. I enjoyed watching this movie during my childhood and liked a few parts such as the ending scene and the sceneries of the cotton farm.
After growing up, I had many opportunities to drive Southern America such Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and South/North Carolina. Lots of crops growing there were replaced by something else. For several times/trips, I was not able to see slight trace of the God with the Wind sceneries. Fortunately, I found a tiny town that strongly reminded me of the sceneries of Southern America or this film's sceneries. That was the beauty of actually driving hidden roads in the states.
Last year, I watched this film again. Once again, I was not able to be convinced about the reason why this movie was super popular at that time. Probably, popularity is kind of fashion or mode that does not last long enough.
Beautiful, timeless and epic.
OML MY FAVE
Ok, long story short, I'd always heard of this movie as a small child and always figured it was extremely garish and such. When I FINALLY watched it, I was very surprised to see it was a Drama, not a war film. 10/10 recommend