Sabrina (VHS, 1996, Paramount Presentations)
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Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (01/29/1996)
Sight and Sound - Peter Matthews (02/01/1996)
Variety - Todd McCarthy (12/11/1995)
Entertainment Weekly - Ty Burr (06/14/1996)
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- sally1942Feb 7, 2012by
Fun Chick Flick
Usually I like the orginal movie but in this case I really like the 1996 version. The mom was great. Of course Harrison Ford's Linus wins over Humphery Bogart any day in my book. And I even really like the playboy brother, Greg Kinnear, better than William Holden. Julia Ormond was good, but who can be better than Audrey Hepburn?
- 16744215@delete...Oct 13, 2010by
This is an old movie but I like it. it is not full of violence or dirty language. I would have had rather had it in a DVD rather than VHS. My computer does not have this available. I will have to play it on my old T.V.
- 206713471@delet...Oct 17, 2006by
I love this movie!
I love this movie! I saw it for the first time at a friend's house. When I found out it was a remake of an older movie, I told her I didn't want to see it, but she insisted. And boy am I glad she did! It is a wonderful movie.
The movie is about two wildly different and wealthy brothers and their chauffer's daughter. Sabrina (the daughter) grew up on the family estate, and as a teen quickly developed a crush on the younger brother (a womanizer to say the least!). Linus, the do-as-you-are-told, all business, and emotionally numb older brother, steps in many years later to "manage" his brother's growing relationship with Sabrina.
I can't say anything more without giving too much away, so you'll have to just go out and buy this delightful romantic comedy!