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Made for Each Other

Made for Each Other(1939)

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  • Definitely Made for each other

    • Lydia Flowers
    • 10/17/14

    I've watched this movie over and over again and find it very well written, and thought it to be a Nice family movie.I

  • made for each other

    • kevin sellers
    • 10/10/14

    Pretty bad. Starts out properly light/dark and then goes completely off the rails with dying babies and serum that's only produced in Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City!!) and brothers of pilots and all kinds of stuff that writers come up with in the shower, but mercifully discard when toweling off. Only Jo Swerling didn't.Gotta give it a C- (and it avoids a D only because of the tense, depressing New Years Eve scene which belongs in a better movie.)

  • Made for Each Other (1939)

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 10/11/12

    Incredibly ridiculous sappy slush full of truly idiotic characters. Stewart should have won an award for portraying the most spineless man in cinematic history. If you can tolerate films like "Penny Serenade" then this depressing, manipulative mush should be right up your alley. If you like realistic, honest drama, however, then look elsewhere. *

  • Made for Each Other

    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/14/11

    ****

  • Truly a fine film

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 2/17/11

    David Selznick produced this picture the same year he did GONE WITH THE WIND and INTERMEZZO. It's a well-polished effort, with terrific performances from the entire cast.

  • Go Carole Lombard

    • cmiles
    • 5/12/10

    This picture was released in 1939 - the early days of James Stewart's career. In one pc he's terrific and appealing. Then he's in a picture where he hooks up w/an A list leading lady and he has to explain himself to his old mother or mother and father. He's not so appealing - he's very cloying. Here his leading lady is Carole Lombard and she's the one who is terrific and appealing.

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