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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 1966

From Amazon: After his successful direction of the Broadway hits Barefoot in the Park and The Odd Couple, Mike Nichols made his filmmaking debut with this outstanding and still-powerful screen adaptation (by Ernest Lehman) of Edward Albee's taboo-shattering play. In their fourth film together (and by far their finest), Richard Burton and Oscar winner Elizabeth Taylor play a New England couple whose marriage hangs by a thin thread of self-deception, vicious verbal jousting, and embittered mutual need. George Segal and Sandy Dennis (who also won an Oscar) play the younger, unsuspecting couple who awkwardly witness the devastating rivalry of...

Directed By:
Mike NicholsMike Nichols
Written By:
No image existsErnest Lehman
Richard BurtonRichard Burton
Elizabeth TaylorElizabeth Taylor
George SegalGeorge Segal
No image existsSandy Dennis

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Movie Review by BillyBob (5/17/2010)

Yes. I do realize that this film has indeed lost a considerable amount of its venom, clout and vicious bite since its initial release back in 1966, but, all the same, I certainly don't think that it was really all that good, anyways.

For me, a film whose sole focus is to zero in on some seriously demented marital...

(complete Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? review by BillyBob)

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/11/2007)

A maddeningly great film about marriages collapsing and the substances that help with some of the best work ever done by Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.

The script is from the Edward Albee play, the direction from the great Mike Nichols.

This film is angry and passionate and alive as well as drenched in the pathetic...

(complete Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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