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A poor remake of the stellar 1932 film Animal Kingdom (starring Ann Harding and Leslie Howard) based on the play by Philip Barry. (Barry also wrote the play Philadelphia Story as a vehicle for Katherine Hepburn.) The studio kept the names of the original charactors, but clumsily updated the script placing the story at the beginning of WWII. Striping away the brave, intellegent, complex inner lives and motivations of these people as they acknowledge that they are in fact "all members of the animal kingdom," the screenwrites reduce the charactors and plot with a glib formulaic superficiality. To see the story as it was written, find the DVD of the great pre-code film "Animal Kingdom".
- Bob Reuter
Regret that i fell asleep and missed the denouement. Difficult to discern the motives of the characters (e.g., why Cecelia is considered a gold digger) without seeing the synopsis. As I think about that comment, I feel that perhaps people familiar with this comedy format would pick it up right away. Still, I did follow the action despite having trouble telling the female leads apart (e.g., they are both beautiful and both had these unusual hair styles with very long hair braided up on top of their heads). Choosing between Alexis Smith and Ann Sheridan is a problem we all (men) should face. Although a little confusing, this movie was engaging and fun.
one more tomorrow
- kevin sellers
Largely forgettable melodrama featuring cardboard characters and an utterly predictable ending. Visually forgettable as well, with cheesy sets and uninspired cinematography. About the only worthwhile parts are some good comic banter between Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson and the interesting time capsule feel of 1946, that weird year between the end of WW2 and the start of the Cold War, when you could write for a "liberal" (i.e. left leaning) magazine without your patriotism being called into question. A year or two later such "liberal" writers were being hauled before HUAC. Give it a C.
Absolutely the Greatest Movie !!!!!!!
- Jocelyn Fairfax
In my opinion this is one of the greatest movies I have ever watched. I really enjoyed it. The only problem I have is I cannot find where I can buy it. Can someone help me so that I can enjoy it once again. my e-mail is one way to contact me or my address.