Nothing lifts the spirits like a musical. Something about people bursting out into organized song and choreographed dances warms the soul. Musicals have been lifting spirits for decades and decades, and now this experience can be even more enjoyable in the comfort of your own home. Turn on the surround sound, and the HD TV, and watch these great musicals on Satellite TV tonight!
My Fair Lady (1964) – This lovely story follows Professor Henry Higgins as he takes a bet that he can turn dirty flower girl Eliza Doolittle into a respectable lady with an aristocratic accent. He succeeds and soon after his success, young aristocrat Freddy Eynsford-Hill falls in love with the beautiful and well-mannered Eliza Doolittle. Higgins takes all the credit for Eliza’s colossal transformation, which angers Eliza, causing her to leave him for Freddy. Without Eliza by his side, Freddy realizes that he can’t live without her. This wonderful story will have you giggling and crying, and bobbing along to the fantastic tunes. Bring this film to life in your very own living room by watching it in HD!
Westside Story (1961) – “Westside Story” is a take-off of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” except it takes place in New York and has some added Latin zest. “Westside Story” follows the feuding gangs, the Puerto Rican Sharks led by Bernardo and the Caucasian 토토사이트 Jets led by Riff. Just like the Capulets and the Montague’s in “Romeo and Juliet,” the feud between the Sharks and the Jets is intense and deep. Everything is turned upside down when Riff’s best friend Tony and Bernardo’s younger sister Maria meet at a dance and immediately fall in love. Maria and Tony cultivate a secret and passionate relationship and plan to run away together to escape the escalating feuds between their families. As they are planning their escape, the Sharks and the Jets plan a rumble to decide who gains control of the streets. Maria sends Tony to stop the childish violence, but the plan does not take place like either of them expected it to, leaving a tragic ending to a glorious love story. This is a must see in high definition as the characters swing their hips and dance on top of rooftops against the New York skyline.
The Wizard of Oz (1939) – “The Wizard of Oz” is one of the most well known and most referenced movies of all time. One of the first feature films to be filmed in color, this fantastic tale is one that can be watched repeatedly, and the land of Oz is something that just seems more enjoyable in high definition. When Dorothy and her dog Toto are caught in a tornado riding along the streets of Kansas, they are lifted and dropped off in the land of Oz, where she meets some great friends