Atom User Reviews for The Birdcage 25th Anniversary presented by TCM
Laugh every time I watch this movie. Just wonderful.
One of my favorite movies! I loved seeing the uncut version on the big screen 👍😃
I found the movie even funnier this time than when I originally watched it 25 years ago! perfect cast!
This movie still delivers! So funny!!
I loved it. So great seeing without commercials and how the big screen. Glad I saw the 1st performance so I can go again!
The movie theater absolutely dropped the ball on this movie. It was 15 minutes overdue to start, didn't even begin until we informed an usher, and when it did start, it was being streamed via a Dish Business account! And...it was 30 minutes into the movie where it started. We all had to watch an employee fumble with the app to find how to start the movie over. The sound was total crap, it was not in movie surround sound. It would have been a more enjoyable experience watching it in my living room...at least I have a sound bar. It was absolutely not worth the money paid for the tickets and I will never repeat this experience again, unless it's a movie studio re-releasing a movie.
Didn’t get to see it when it first came out. Now, for me, it’s like a holiday movie. Watch it once a year.
Had forgotten what a great movie it is. Especially on the big screen
Awesome.to be able to see this again on the big screen!
Love this movie, we have seen this over 100 times. Even own a copy of it. But have never seen it on the big screen.
It's my go-to movie when life gets me down. Always makes me smile.
I love this movie! It never gets old.
Hysterical movie lifts my spirits every time I watch it!
Fun and hilarious, great to see it on the big screen!!
So great to giggle & belly-laugh for 2 hrs. There is so much going on in most scenes besides the over-the-top performances of the stars that the viewer is totally engaged. Mike Nichols was a genius.
The film is so boisterously entertaining that it's easy for the unsuspecting viewer not to realize that there's a message here.
What makes Mike Nichols' version more than just a retread is good casting in the key roles, and a wicked screenplay by Elaine May.
Hilarious, frenetic, and touching, but stereotyped and superficial in its treatment of both homosexuals and conservatives.