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Hi ishwaryaa22, hope all is well.... My favorite Liz movie would probably have to be "Cleopatra." ...not her best acting by far, but if you want to see her show off her extremely good looks, then this movie is it. Additionally, I'm into classical antiquity - even if the plot is a bit shaky.
This beautiful woman was at her best playing alongside the inimitable Richard Burton, her soul mate, and I think she's at her best in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf - where she plays a rather impassioned middle aged woman caught up in all sorts of emotional skulduggery with Burton and a younger couple. Very impressive - you see Taylor the actress rather than Taylor the screen star. It's in black and white but still impressive even today.
Cat on a hit Tin Roof with Newman is ok as is Taming of the Shrew, where Burton excels with the Shakespearean script.
Father of the Bride, no good reason for it. I just love that movie
Tennessee William's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, because she was at the peak of her beauty and so was Paul Newman, and they were both acting their hearts out.
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