Oklahoma! (1999) 1080p YIFY Movie

Oklahoma! (1999) 1080p

Oklahoma! is a TV movie starring Maureen Lipman, Hugh Jackman, and Josefina Gabrielle. Cowboy Curly McClain tries to win the heart of a girl in a singing and dancing extravaganza.

IMDB: 7.90 Likes

  • Genre: Musical | Romance
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 3.38G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 180
  • IMDB Rating: 7.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 35 / 28

The Synopsis for Oklahoma! (1999) 1080p

Curly McClain, a spunky, singing cowboy is trying to win the heart of his childhood friend, Laurey Williams, in a blood-pumping, heart-stealing western that will sing your heart away.

The Director and Players for Oklahoma! (1999) 1080p

[Director]Trevor Nunn
[Role:]Maureen Lipman
[Role:]Hugh Jackman
[Role:]David Shelmerdine
[Role:]Josefina Gabrielle

The Reviews for Oklahoma! (1999) 1080p

Yes, I'll say it-it's a revelation.Reviewed byrrbVote: 10/10

Oklahoma was never my favorite musical. By the time I was aware of it, Oklahoma & all of the Rodgers & Hammerstein canon seemed dated, superseded by the darker, more modern Sondheim musicals.

But Trevor Nunn's re-imagining of this American classic makes it so fresh & vibrant, it could've opened yesterday. What seemed sappy in the 50s film version now seems innocent, charming, believable-thanks to Nunn's keener dramatic vision & an exceptional cast.

Hugh Jackman reinvents the swaggering male musical lead with an irresistible magnetism and ability to infuse a song with emotional realness. When he sings O What a Beautiful Morning, it seems totally spontaneous-a young man singing from the depth of his soul his love of life & everything in it-and we feel this song we've heard for decades is being sung for the first time.

The decision to play Laurey (Josefina Gabrielle) as a shy tomboy in overalls, in contrast to the assertive, gingham-clad lasses we've seen in the past, is a wonderfully right one. The attraction between the lovely, thoughtful young girl and the radiantly confident Curly is palpable, and their different temperaments make the parries & shifts of their courtship utterly believable.

Gabrielle is an impressive triple threat-a trained ballerina who is also a good actress and a fine singer. Nunn no doubt wanted an accomplished all-round performer to play Laurey so that the Act I ballet could be danced by the same performers who act and sing the parts-not, as is usually done, by dancing alter egos. That alone makes this famously integrated show that much more integrated, and dramatically satisfying.

As Aunt Eller, Maureen Lipman is tough, wry, funny, touching, wise -hers is the most captivating performance of Eller one can imagine. She is perfect.

Like Laurey, the portrayal of Jud has been rethought. He is still brutal, but you feel the wretchedness, the yearning for acceptance, behind the brutality. Shuler Hensley realizes this brilliantly.

He is one of only 2 Americans contributing to this quintessentially American musical (though all American accents are impeccable, and it's refreshing that the script's phony country pronunciations have been pared down to an unnoticeable level). The other is the choreographer Susan Strohman, whose work here is joyous, spectacularly inventive, and (as in the case of the Act II opener The Farmer & The Cowman) electrifying. The dancing, & there's lots of it, conveys the galvanic energy of these very physical frontier folk. It's thrilling to watch the cast's highly skilled dancers doing numbers that build and build to an explosive rapture that makes you wish you could only be up there with them.

Strohman, with Nunn and their talented, almost exclusively English team, offer us what must be the finest production of Oklahoma ever staged. How fortunate our cousins across the Atlantic have cast a different light on this national treasure, and revealed new splendors it contains!

A wonderful adaption of the classical musical.Reviewed bykobygVote: 9/10

I once acted in a production of OKlahoma. I loved seeing Hugh Jackman in the main role of curly. God bless Australia. This is a must for all lovers of the musical. I would buy this if I could find it on video. It is amazingly coreographed. The fight scene is especially glorious.

fantastic!!Reviewed bythe_musical_galVote: 7/10

I have never seen the old version of "Oklahoma" but I know a pretty good bit about it. I saw "Oklahoma" put on by a church in my town when I was about six, but I don't remember much about it.

I really enjoyed this version, the British know how to do musicals! I loved how they made Laurey a tomboy in the beginning to show us how strong and willful she is. Josefina Gabrielle is like a younger, brunette Shirley Jones. She has a beautiful singing voice, she is a beautiful dancer, and a great actress. Did I mention that she's beautiful? I really liked how the actors did their own dancing in the Dream sequence.

I thought Hugh Jackman was amazing. To think that this is the guy who plays Wolverine!!!! This man is is an amazing actor. He's good-looking (very), he can sing, he can dance, and he can really act. He does a very good southern accent. He's also a very believable romantic hero.

Jud was great. That voice...oh my gosh! Such a rich voice, it's like "Lonely Room" was written for him. And Aunt Eller....oh I looove Aunt Eller. She steals the show. She's perfect.

I have nothing bad to say about this show. It's well-done. I just wish Hollywood and Broadway could do more things like this. I got the DVD for Christmas, by the way.

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