I Could Go On Singing

2001

Drama / Musical

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IMDb Rating 7.1

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Reviewed by Oct ([email protected])

This film, Judy Garland's last, was panned at its premiere for beingold-hatmelodrama. The theme of secret mother love recalls &quot;Madame X&quot;, withGarlandas a Gladys George or Ruth Chatterton. Her big scene of renouncing her sonover the telephone (white, naturally) recalls Luise Rainer in &quot;The GreatZiegfeld&quot;. Aline MacMahon as Garland's acerbic confidante is like a JoanBlondell or Glenda Farrell. There is a show-must-go-on ending to gratifyadmirers of &quot;42nd Street&quot;.<br><br>Garland's character, Jenny Bowman, is a thinly disguised self-portrait,downto the fluttery neurotic mannerisms (with hints of pill-popping) and theability to turn around an audience kept waiting an hour past time for hershow at the London Palladium- where Garland had sensationally headlined in1960. After &quot;A Star is Born&quot; Garland, cheated of her rightful Oscar, hadwithdrawn to concerts and cabaret for almost a decade except for &quot;A ChildisWaiting&quot; and her overheated cameo in &quot;Judgement at Nuremberg&quot;. Here, forthelast time, she essays full-blooded emotional acting against a worthyBritishopponent (for James Mason, think Dirk Bogarde) and carries it off prettywell, never becoming tiresome and often laughing at her own overwroughtpersona. She still looks pretty, too, not quite overwhelmed by theblowsiness of her last few years.<br><br>Bogarde, rapidly maturing after his daring role in &quot;Victim&quot;, is a superb,challenging foil. Watch how he turns on a sixpence from the surgeon to theex-lover after reassuring Garland that her throat is okay. His buttoned-upBritishness is never dull; like Ronald Colman, he radiates reliability andsensitivity in a coherent combination. He claimed to have rewritten allhisdialogue with Garland during shooting; certainly their exchanges have acutand thrust which prevents her from chewing the scenery. She has to reactaswell as posture.<br><br>The fans are given generous dollops of Garland's act in between plotscenes,but these reasonably complement and underscore the themes of defiance andsacrifice. Yes, it's soapy and lush, with daft interludes like thehelicopter flight over London. But a touch of Limey stiff upper lip takesthe saccharine taste away, and the Ronald Neame of &quot;Tunes of Glory&quot; and&quot;ThePoseidon Adventure&quot; knows how to keep a story rolling along. File withcontemporary efforts such as &quot;The VIPs&quot; and &quot;The Yellow Rolls-Royce&quot; as anenjoyable wallow, to be taken with boxes of paper handkerchiefs andchocolates.

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Reviewed by Martin Bradley ([email protected]) 6/10

Judy Garland is magnificent playing herself; sorry, playing JennyBowman, an American singer of a certain age, in London for a series ofconcerts at the Palladium. The movie is a mostly mediocre tale ofmother love but as a showcase for Garland, both as actress and as aperformer, (her scenes at the Palladium were probably as close as themovies ever came to capturing her on-stage persona), is it exhilaratingand indelibly moving. By the time she gets around to her drunken &#39;Ican&#39;t be spread so thin&#39; speech all traces of the character have beenwiped clean and it&#39;s Garland, raw and emotional, up there on thescreen. She was never to make another film, which is probably just aswell. With this you can say she went out on a high.<br><br>Co-star Dirk Bogarde fights a losing battle, (and he gets some terriblelines to say). He&#39;s a prissy, fussy stuffed shirt and you can neverbelieve that he and Garland could ever have been romantically involved.There is also a wonderful turn from that great and perpetuallyundervalued actress Aline MacMahon as Garland&#39;sdresser-cum-secretary-cum-companion. But it&#39;s Garland&#39;s show. Thepanavision frame can hardly contain her.

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Reviewed by sdiner82 ([email protected]) 10/10

This afternoon, TCM showed Judy Garland's last and sadly underratedfilm--restoring its wide-screened brilliance (letterboxed), shimmeringcolorphotography, and Ms. Garland's award-worthy portrayal of an internationallyfamed concert singer's stopover in London to perform at the Palladium andseek a reunion with her illegitimate teenaged son raised by his father(DirkBogarde). An astoundingly moving adult drama (not a bit of sentiment orbathos here) also offers the rare treat of seeing and hearing Ms. Garlandperform four songs before a live audience at the Palladium: the titlesong,&quot;By Myself,&quot; the haunting &quot;It Never Was You,&quot; and, best of all, herincredibly rousing rendition of &quot;Hello, Bluebird!&quot;An excellent supporting cast (Bogarde proves her dramatic equal in one ofhis finest performances), gorgeous location photography in London, andfine,restrained direction by the woefully underrated RonaldNeame.Forget the parallels between the character played by Ms. Garland and herowntumultuous real life.This is a Grade-A production. You don't even have to be a Garland fan tobedeeply moved by its emotional resonance. But Ms. Garland's aching &quot;ItNeverWas You&quot; and show-stopping &quot;Hello, Bluebird!&quot; are a definitive display ofher timeless, unsurpassed musical artistry; and her touchingly underplayedperformance remains her final (though sadly neglected) cinematictriumph.

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