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Critic Reviews for Sabrina
This is never less than glittering entertainment, but somehow a certain measure of lead has found its way into the formula.
Script is long on glibly quipping dialog, dropped with a seemingly casual air, and broadly played situations. The splendid trouping delivers them style. Leavening the chuckles are tugs at the heart.
It's a Cinderella story that gets turned on its head, a satire about breaking down class and emotional barriers, and a confrontation between New World callousness and Old World humanity.
Hampered by an unimaginative script ... nevertheless manages to be a thoroughly charming, delightfully romantic variation of the Cinderella story.
It is a story as light as a feather and as old as yesterday's news, as transparent as a society column item and as smug as a foreign-made car. But Mr. Wilder...has made it into a commentary as crisp as a screed in a smart magazine.
Audience Reviews for Sabrina
Hepburn plays Cinderella, and rarely has a better casting choice been made, if ever. Her lightness is a joy to behold. But Bogie, as her Prince waiting in the wings is simply too old for the role - he looks like her grandfather - and the whole effort drags at the side of the road due to this oversized elephant in the room.
An amusing romantic comedy with great dialogue and a sweet Cinderella feel to it, but still the plot is not so original and there is a glaring lack of chemistry between Hepburn and Bogart, who is also clearly miscast and seems too old for the role.
A sparkling gem. Hepburn, Bogart and Holden are all great in this reworking of Cinderella.
|Oliver Larrabee:||20th Century? I could pick another century out of a hat blindfolded and get a better one!|
|Linus Larrabee:||No man walk's alone from choice|
|Linus Larrabee:||No man walk's alone from choice.|
|Sabrina Fairchild:||Oh but Paris isn't for changing planes, it's for changing your outlook!|
|Sabrina Fairchild:||All night long I've had the most terrible impulse to do something.|
|Linus Larrabee:||Oh never resist an impulse, Sabrina. Especially if it's terrible.|