What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
The American psychological thriller, Baby Jane Hudson, is the former child star of the vaudeville era, whose fame was so widespread that there was a Jane Jane doll made in its shape. She watched her elder sister Blanche enviously while their father was living on Jin and spoiled her with toys and attention. Years later, in the thirties of the last century, both sisters were actresses - but the roles were transformed. 'Blanche' became more famous than Jane amidst a total of terrifying jealousy.
Keywords: #Bette Davis #Joan Crawford #Robert Aldrich #Victor Buono #What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
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March 03, 2017 What so often gets lost about 'Baby Jane' is that it's a real thriller, dark, suspenseful, and intense.Read in Source
December 14, 2012 The on-screen fireworks were reportedly fuelled by off-screen hatred, but the chemistry between the stars is unquestionably hair-raising and upped the Gothic stakes to camp shock levels.Read in Source
September 24, 2007 Aldrich's direction and dynamite performances from the two old troupers make this film an experience.Read in Source
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April 18, 2017 Bette Davis is unforgettable in classic horror movie.Read in Source
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May 20, 2003 There is nothing particularly moving or significant about these two.
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August 02, 2014 Gorgeously atmospheric in both the visuals and the soundtrack, and it's a marathon of high-impact Grand Dame acting.Read in Source
September 24, 2007 The chain of circumstances grows, violence creating violence. Once the inept, draggy start is passed, the film's pace builds with ever-growing force.Read in Source
March 05, 2017 A lurid melodrama of hate, revenge and murder, a high-class horror film, in the Hitchcock vein, with virtuoso performances from Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, and moments both searing and poignant.Read in Source
January 26, 2006 The Grand Guignol elements themselves are relatively forced and unconvincing.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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