"Sabrina" has a quirky and hard to pin charm to it. The screenplay is a bit uneven, a slow and odd start gives way to a second act sizzling with zinging one liners, hilarious situations, and surprising heart. Audrey Hepburn elevates her material as a young chauffeur's daughter in love with a rich young heir, while Humphrey Bogart feels miscast as the elder brother in regards to age (though this oddly elevates the comedic material) he in fact is perfectly cast as, well, Humphrey Bogart. Our stars sell us this quirky story that takes advantage of the often boring and cliche love triangle situation, milking ambiguity for all its worth. Though a slight materialistic streak may bother some, "Sabrina" is an oddly endearing and enjoyable love story in the old tradition.