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  1. mahdis's rating of the film They All Laughed

  2. El Biffo's rating of the film They All Laughed

    Absolut Bogdanavich. Starring Ben Gazzara, John Ritter and Audrey Hepburn. A chaotic mess and it loses speed at the end but it's New Hollywood, and it feels right. 1981, although it's a real Seventies Movie with sideburns and feathered hair and roller disco. And it's worth it just to see Hepburn and Gazzara kiss. 3.7*

  3. petit astronaute's rating of the film They All Laughed

  4. Artem Eihart's rating of the film They All Laughed

    Great Manhattan atmosphere and soundtracks.

  5. Esteban Henao's rating of the film They All Laughed

    This movie is a fantasy. All those women are dreams, those guys are all charming and real life just seems pushed away, they just forget about it because of the undeniable magic. Peter Bogdanovich has said it is his favourite because it was the happiest time of his life and that reflects itself very accurate on screen. So sad the whole Dorothy Stratten situation, a very cruel step to reality after the fantasy.

  6. Jason's rating of the film They All Laughed

    A movie that is in my collection. From back in the drinking days. I watched it again the other day and it might as well had been the first time. What a treat! Bogdanovich channeling Lubitsch and the comedies of Howard Hawks. A real deft film mostly about communication. Colleen Camp is doing some Rosalind Russell shit. Audrey H. has aged into wisdom. Ben Gazzara is as great a movie star as Bogart or Jean Gabin. Aces.

  7. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film They All Laughed

    In fear of a confronting solitude, and of what is hiding beneath their own predictable surfaces, these people have learned to fleet from one lustful lover to another, never allowing anyone to look deeper and find "unattractiveness". They promise themselves never to fall in love, but they do every single time, and the blackness fattens underneath the thick skin whenever they "have to" leave a lover/love.

  8. Felipe Gava Cardoso's rating of the film They All Laughed

    One of the worst movies I had ever seen. This one or "Flowers".

  9. DK's rating of the film They All Laughed

    A seriously flawed film with some seriously redeeming features. All right the tone can be a bit winsome, the dialogue stilted, Gazzara a bit of a creep, the women a bit too dime-a-dozen, the country music woeful--however, the cinematography is spectacular, and the comic timing razor sharp, Ritter especially, And there are moments between Hepburn and Gazzara that are so tender, it almost feels illicit watching them.

  10. Ghostman's rating of the film They All Laughed

    I could watch this movie forever...

  11. Zissou's rating of the film They All Laughed

    A little bit too long but it's so graceful and funny that strikes your heart. An hommage to New York and hidden feelings.

  12. rynmcgnns's rating of the film They All Laughed

    If this film were the template for contemporary romantic comedies, the world would be a better place.

  13. Weena Eloi's rating of the film They All Laughed

    All of the performances in this film are solid (with the possible exception of child actor, Glenn Scarpelli, but here he's at his least precocious). They're all pretty terrific. The 1980 NYC locations are compelling but the film moves too slowly (a half-hour could have been cut). It was fascinating to see the promising young DS here; her impending real-life murder only adds to the nostalgia while watching the film.

  14. Justin Kane's rating of the film They All Laughed

    The whole Dorothy Stratten tragedy; life imitating art scenario, left this film with no chance of being seen by the masses, the studio wanted nothing to do with it. Through it all this is Peter Bogdanovich's favorite Peter Bogdanovich film, and my favorite Peter Bogdanovich film as well. John Ritter is particularly fabulous, as is Patti Hansen and of course Ben Gazzara turns in another solid performance.