Barefoot In The Park details
|Starring:||Fritz Feld, Jane Fonda, Mildred Natwick, Charles Boyer, Mabel Albertson, Robert Redford, Herb Edelman|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Barefoot In The Park
|Run time:||1 hour 41 minutes|
|Rental release:||07 May 2001|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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A little gemBy Carrie Stewart from London, England , 08 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]A charming romantic comedy. Redford and Fonda star as complete opposites who marry and move into a fifth floor apartment (no elevator), that is tiny. Comedy ensues. Yes it's dated, but they have great support from Fonda's mother and the upstairs neighbour, Mr Velasco.
Watch it for when Redford was at his peak of ruffled hair perfection, and when Fonda was quirky, not militant or aerobic.
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Barefoot in the parkBy a customer , 02 Dec 2012THE BEST FILM EVER!!!! it's so funny; i've watched the film over 20 times, and yet, I still laugh at all the jokes.
Fresh and YoungBy AutumnSpring (3 reviews) , 09 Nov 2012This is an excellent portrayal of what it was like to be young and in love some thirty/forty years ago. The film is full of the small funny details that make up life. The acting is superb and true to life, Fonda is fresh and funny and Redford is equally good. Watch out for the guy who connects the telephone. I would watch this film many times. It is like a good book or painting - you don't get tired of it. Contrary to the opinion of the customer in England who labelled this film 'boring', I believe this film aged beautifully and is anything but boring. Life may have changed but Fonda's portrayal reminds me of a couple of girls I know: different times, different circumstances, different aspirations, but some things don't change. And who cannot identify with a young couple moving into inadequate accommodation?
UbusualBy a customer from Leven , 27 Feb 2010At first I thought- Oh dear this is a bit odd and rather overplayed. BUT after the first 15 minutes, I was laughing out loud at the situation and the clever script. I had never heard of this film before. My husband said I would like it. I actually loved it!
Of it's timeBy a customer from Abingdon , 20 Jan 2009A light hearted romantic comedy which is very much of the 60's. Fonda can be a bit irritating, and Redford's 'drunk' isn't all that convincing, but it's a nice feelgood movie, with enough quirkiness to keep the interest up to the somewhat weak last line
barefoot in the parkBy a customer from Bristol , 09 Jan 2009I loved it, although Jane Fonda is a bit manic, if you met her in real life you would definately avoid her thereafter, but totally in the style of the 60's moviemaking. Great if you like Neil Simon plays, such as the odd couple.