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  • Lisa Kitty

    Sunset Blvd. Great Movie. I actually saw it on stage at the Fabulous Fox Theater in St Louis & that was amazing. The movie was wonderful too. The story of an aging silent film star (Gloria Swanson) who is befriended by a hack screenwriter (William Holden) who tells her that he writing for her return to the screen. The actors are wonderful, the story is beautifully written, this is a must see for anayone who likes the old movies!!

  • Dee Ortega

    Sunset Blvd - One of my all time favorite movies!!

  • David Davis

    A struggling writer gets himself in a jam with a fading Hollywood star.

  • Laura Lee

    Sunset Blvd. (1950)..Billy Wilder directed, but Gloria Swanson easily gave one of the best ending scenes of her career, if not one of the greatest performances of all time! Great movie for film noir! I was lucky enough to see the play in LA years ago with Glenn Close

  • :: reel lives ::

    Sunset Boulevard (1950) dir. Billy Wilder. A hack screenwriter writes a screenplay for a former silent-film star who has faded into Hollywood obscurity.

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Call me cheesy but I watch this classic every time it's on TV!

One of the first movies I ever remember watching. And instantly fell in love. I think I was 3. :)

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Only time I ever saw my uncle cry was when I was a teen-ager and while we were visiting them in Morenci, AZ., we all went to the 3 Way Drive-in and saw this movie. It was so good. He cried and passed a box of kleenex around to all of us never saying a word. He was the sheriff of Greenlee County, AZ and always seemed so strong so it surprised me. But he had such a gentle heart.

While this movie was made in 1988 and rated PG today would be rated PG-13. Not a movie for kids.