Phffft! Reviews

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Super Reviewer
September 5, 2010
Because some slang from the fifties was left in the fifties, I had no idea what the title of this film referred to until I saw it. It simply means divorce or a split up of a husband and wife. That's basically what the movie's about. It's a predictable story, but it's a hilarious movie with a great cast.
Super Reviewer
½ November 30, 2008
Good perfomances from good performers but the script is a nothing.
March 15, 2010
Any film with Jack Lemmon and Judy Holliday can't be all bad. The film is a bout a couple, played by Lemmon and Holliday, who divorce after eight years of marriage, but really still love each other. An uneven mix of comedy and drama, it lacks focus and direction. But, the stars make it worth watching. Kim Novak's first film. Good support from Jack Carson
½ February 2, 2015
Typical Jack Lemmon struggling to survive. Lemmon fans will love this one as he struggles to get back to the dating scene after a divorce. All the cliches about dating in this one no doubt. Kim Novak plays the much younger date to a tee.

Not hilarious but amusing for the many truths this film contains. Moral is the guy/gal you left behind wasn't really all that bad and dating is every bit as worse as you thought.

Lemmon's former wife finds dating just as problematic. Jack Carson terrific as always. In the end a fun romantic comedy about the realities of trying to date after 30.
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