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  1. Howard Fritzson's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    2.5 stars. You know what? Miscast, too young, and everything else, Streisand is still terrific in the part. I hate the movie but not the star. She gives one of her most disciplined performances.

  2. film's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    I love their dancingssssss. A film that makes you happy

  3. Rocco's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    I think it's far too easy to hate on this film as it's been considered the last of a dying breed. By 1969 the big, splashy Hollywood musical was falling out of fashion and Hello Dolly was the final guest who just wouldn't leave the party. This however, does not diminish the overall quality of the film. Miscasting aside, Barbra is wonderful and the choreography is spectacular.

  4. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    7/10, my review: http://lasttimeisawdotcom.wordpress.com/2014/04/16/hellodolly1969/

  5. Teruma Kato's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    Walter Matthau in a big movie musical.... Worth it just for his big musical number...

  6. Lorena Brandão's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

  7. Joseph Judge's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    Its photo appears to be Babs bitchslapping Louis Armstrong. Hmm.

  8. Becky Durham's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

  9. Jordan C Wellin's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    WALL-E is the best thing that ever happened to this film.

  10. MarcH's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    A 1969 musical that is ten times as dated as a 1929 musical.

  11. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    A monumental old whore of a film, spilling forth with showy flashes of bloomers in an over-compensating belief scale alone will impress. The performances generally grate and are played with too much pep and grimacing cheeriness (Crawford’s character is quite slappable). It’s best enjoyed in selective chunks: zone in on most of the musical numbers and skip the skittish patter in between.

  12. Dale Wittig's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    This is actually my favorite Gene Kelly movie after It's Always Fair Weather. Michael Kidd's dances are pretty fine too and the dancers, especially Tommy Tune, are up to it. Wilder's play serves as a solid basis for Kelly's extreme artificiality and Streisand's inappropriate youthfulness serves to emphasize the sense of play. It marries the spirit of amateur theatricals to that of brassy Hollywood professionals.

  13. Anastasia's rating of the film Hello, Dolly!

    This movie is a real disappointment. Carol Channing should have starred. If there's one genre Hollywood tended to constantly miscast people in, it would be the musical...