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The Way We Were (1973)
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The Way We Were (1973)

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In 1937 spit-fire Katie Morosky briefly meets the preppy Hubbell Gardiner. Almost eight years later, the two are reunited in New York, when leftist radio worker Katie spies military officer Hubbell in a nightclub. The two opposites fall in love and head to Hollywood so that Hubbell can write a screenplay for producer pal J.J. But the House Committee on Un-American Activities' Communist witch hunt in 1947 tears the pair apart, as a pregnant Katie refuses to keep silent about the jailing of the Hollywood Ten, while a faithless Hubbell decides to save his career. When the two meet again in the 1960s, TV writer Hubbell and nuclear protestor Katie feel that old pull again, but they have to decide if they have what it takes for the long run.
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August 14, 2003

Ultra glossy soaper that's frankly irresistible.
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May 26, 2008

An engrossing, if occasionally ludicrous, hit tearjerker with Pollack, Streisand, and Redford doing a good job of bringing Arthur Laurents' script to the screen.
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January 26, 2006

With the script glossing whole areas of confrontation (from the communist '30s to the McCarthy witch-hunts), it often passes into the haze of a nostalgic fashion parade.
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April 16, 2003

Syrupy and over-rated.
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October 23, 2004

It's easy to forgive the movie a lot because of Streisand. She's fantastic.
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May 26, 2008

The politics are relegated to the background, and what is left is a commercially astute weepie.
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May 26, 2008

A distended, talky, redundant and moody melodrama.
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March 29, 2007

Sentimental but not overly smaltzy
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January 26, 2010

Old-fashioned sudser.
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October 01, 2003

The story of Jewish left-wing ugly duckling and the WASP prince with whom she falls in love encapsulates its time and emotions with knowing precision.
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May 26, 2008

A for effort; C for execution.
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July 29, 2009

In Pollack's schmaltzy romantic melodrama, real politics is in the background (of course), but the movie is enjoyable as a star vehicle for its handsome stars, Redford and Streisand in their only film together, not to mention Hamlisch's melodic tone.
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