Really stands the test of time.
What a movie! Brilliant storie that opens the curtains to many more over the years
A dark tale based on the film “What Price Hollywood”, which managed to be even darker. Janet Gaynor really nails it
It builds up slowly to one of the most suprisingly memorable and emotional endings in cinema.
For the age of this movie, and the amount of times it’s been remade, this film is pretty spectacular. Great acting and emotional story.
An amazingly modern story, despite its age. Norman Maine feels like the best tragic character, it's also neatly wrapped up.
Basically the same as the remakes but it’s the original and with old timey people.
Pretty dated but also the original version. It’s interesting to watch this version with the others in mind and it really doesn’t hold up
The best of five versions of this story (including "What price Hollywood?", 1932)
Definitely glad the remakes made them singers instead of actors, but this film was shockingly good. Wasn’t expecting to love it like I do
Tender and surprisingly sad.