Who’s Not Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
The film adaptation of the Broadway hit “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” has many weird but dramatic and exciting twists. The cast of actors blend perfectly together in the movie. I must say, this is one of the most unpleasant, awkward, and uncomfortable movies I've endured. It's emotionally exhausting, brutal, cynical, and a real downer.
This movie has excellent acting with immersive dialogue filled with information of the characters played by Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Button, George Segal, and Sandy Dennis. Every actor and actress performs at the top of their game with intense emotion. The reactions of the characters in the movie seem real as if they are a true character in life. In this weird and awkward movie a young couple Nick (George Segal) and Honey (Sandy Davis) are invited to George (Richard Burton) and Martha (Elizabeth Taylor) house for a party while being totally intoxicated. Burton and Taylor have a functional love hate relationship and both seem to enjoy bashing on each other throughout the whole movie. This movie brings a lot of unexpected turns that boggles my mind of how insane I switch my views of every character. Although this movie only really had four actors, all of them made the movie great and an instant classic.
I personally did not like this crazy movie because of the outrageous twists and the headaches this movie gave me. All of the performers in the movie got nominated for the Oscars and I believe that they all should have won them.