Summary: this blu-ray will show great on a standard TV or HD, the color is so great! (even though you're looking at the sixties) this is one of his better movies! "blue hawaii" is also. most elvis movies are great...but w/ann margaret..it's even better. she was his equal. really.
Pros: Broad Appeal, Catchy Songs, Good Story, Great Cinematography
Summary: Eye-popping transfer of Elvis' ode to Las Vegas, so sharp and colorful you feel like you could almost reach into the screen. Elvis and Ann Margaret at the top of their game, belting out catchy high-energy ditties and dancing across every inch of the widescreen frame.
Pros: Catchy Songs, Gorgeous Colors, Great Cinematography, Prime Elvis, Unique Choreography
Summary: Although my own personal favorite Elvis film is "Tickle Me" (1965), "Viva Las Vegas" is the last remotely classy film he made and his best musical in years. The Las Vegas locale enabled M-G-M to put in some rock songs--and Ann-Margret (a cross between Marilyn and Madonna) whose image is similar to...
Summary: The first time I saw this movie was in the Army before it hit the movie theaters for the general public, and as all ye guys know, if a movie goes over in the Army - well, it's gotta become a big smash it, and with Elvis Presley wooing Ann Margaret, well - Ann Margaret was all the service guys had to...
Summary: 'Viva Las Vegas' is not a good film. It is however a great musical, and a very entertaining film. This entertainment value should be the only reason to see this. Granted, there is no other reason to watch any Elvis movie, with the possible exception of 'King Creole'.
Star chemistry makes this a cut above the usual Elvis fare
29 June 2005
Summary: Viva Las Vegas is a highly entertaining and lively film, sparked by the chemistry of its two gorgeous stars, Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret. When Ann-Margret appeared on Larry King last year, King kept bringing up Elvis, but she wasn't about to talk about him.