“You slum,” said Johnnie Rocco abusively to the poor unsuspecting female singer whom he purposely gave booze to to make her an alcoholic: and as a pimp on a cold, wet, rainy summer night, his steam bounced off of the pavement and his end a cold thug of cylindrical metal gave his cerebrum through one brave, detective and male defender of her a much needed and final lobotomy. Although you had to watch the old classic black and white many times (Key Largo), finally at the end you saw vindication and glorious victory shine through as Bogie did it again and sentenced once more, a whole team of thug’s and an illegal-money laundering gang to a sentence of laced booties and a final death by swift vigilante execution. And now another film, and although brand new, a youthful Meryl Streep follows and at once exceeds the foot steps of another beautiful & shining star known as Lauren Bacall for talent level and shows us a woman whose inner strength far exceeds male standards and once-stereotypes for female aspiration.
Time dips forward, as her (Meryl Streep) debut of Ricki & The Flash, now floods theaters worldwide with the sunshine of a more treasured hope – Memories of that other actress who also had to navigate a lot of black and white trope of male-built walls and barriers against her also extreme professional acting stance, also by far sometimes innocently exceeded by way of existential means alone that of her male colleagues. A motif of the acceptance of women as serious angels of change, both films while comparing the new film of Streep & Springfield and Ricki & The Flash to the classic Bogie & Bacall of Key Largo represent an attractive and smart duo of side-by-side male and female partnership. And as romance gets a prep perk first, all else seems to follow for the deep and international success and memorable endearment of both of these films. Both really do seem to have it all.
The new film (Ricki & The Flash) seems almost as a kind of dedication to the late & beautiful Lauren Bacall. But up steps her young replacement Streep, and soon the insult of you slum by Johnnie Rocco of the black & white classic, Key Largo pales to comparison. After all, look at what happened in the end to Rocco and then look who achieved victory after all: but for Streep now and Bacall then. Although, the father of Bacall (Key Largo) said that everything there closed down for the summer, luckily that is only off of the coast of Florida. Everything that is except and encompassing her definitive icon Lady Bountiful – because after the lady sings, both of them achieve freedom over a motif of otherwise. “I like Fancy Free carrying 150,” said the singer of the Bogie film. “That’s a lot !” All (GBP) £ lauded worldwide, the new Meryl film Ricki & The Flash rates as more of ahead and a nose for an outright overabundant academy award nomination, a definite win of the race, and looks to become popular throughout many nations.
Ricki & The Flash looks to become popular throughout many nations.
Therefore, unlike a bad gangster who hangs out by the boathouse and had to be eliminated in order for Bogie & Bacall to know a greater happiness and peace, Meryl & Springfield also knock the demons who rebel against them out of the ring. The foul criminals who once troubled the actors decide to make a summer break for a regular stay at a particular Key Largo summer vacation home, end up accidentally paving the way for Bogie and Bacall by punching themselves and just like Meryl & Springfield work well together and the combination of the two alone seem to make a better (film) life comes alive here for them even more. As for Bogie & Bacall, and Meryl & Springfield who also achieve the final set of angel wings for delving acting, Ricki & The Flash both delivers and keeps you on the edge of your seat. A joy of anticipation riding high, and ropes your boat in for a Billy Idol, more, more, more.
Meanwhile, back at the Key Largo camp of entrampment, the Italian WW. II. campaign had once consumed all of the time of Mr. Temple, of the black & white classic comparison film. “It is like Liverpool in about three months on the Keys,” warns the father of the bride-to-be. The criminals who do not seem to get the hint just stay on where unwanted, and soon something a lot more depressing than an overly rainy August pushes against the resistance of the good ones to stop them from stealing more gold than they already stole. In the end, the criminals of Key Largo are gone for good, and an obvious film plot of fighting the war to build up a woman who beat down by a lot of looser gangsters, Bacall reaches out to help. And in the process, the drop-dead gorgeous blond ambition war widow falls in love with Bogie not so much for his brawn, but mostly because of his courage. He steps in to rid the humble singer of the gangsters who stand in the way of her ascent to a better life and the renewed use of her rock solid (singing) talent soars after that. Evermore once read the wedding band of (Bacall), one good woman widow, who plays Dora. Bogie has his hands full protecting Dora from some bad criminals. But her father-in-law George, once gave a home to a homeless woman (Bacall as Dora), who ended up married to his son who died at war and never came home, now rejoices as Bogie calls Bacall (Dora) on the phone to tell her he has rid her of all of the criminals who once troubled her, and just like a defunct movie industry whose creative spectrum has for awhile been out to lunch, Ricki & The Flash is a firm hope after a drought of many dry promises. The groom is finally coming home to wed his bride.