Wednesday, May 25, 2016

The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933)

A British drama directed by Alexander Korda, starring Charles Laughton.
The king is always unhappy with his wives. He gets rid of them and then is pressured into marrying another.
This was really dull. The plot did not hold my attention and there were only two main characters. The video style was prehistoric, but the sound was actually not bad. A little quiet, but it didn't have pops, clicks or audio artifacts. The only thing worth noting is that the king always got angry and kicked the barber out as soon as shaving cream had been applied to his face. Overall, just not a good movie. I rate this bad.

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