Come Live with Me Reviews
(1941) Come Live With Me
This is one of those movies where viewers already know what the ending is going to turn out when the right guy is going to get the girl but are unbeknowist about what can the movie offer viewers in the middle! Very relevent in these current times about young beautiful immigrant Johnny played by actress Hedy Lamar scheming her way to be an American citizen of the United States by marrying someone at random, in this case happend to be Bill played by James Stewart and then divorcing him later just so she can be with an already old married publishing tycoon whose working to get a divorce from his understanding wife!
There's a stereotypical notion that movies of old, especially black and white contain characters that're unrelated and old fashion since technology has inhanced over the years! But by watching this film wouldn't appear that way because while I was watching this, the old geezer portrayed in this film reminded me metaphorically of an old Playboy founder Hugh Hefner whose fighting for the affections of a young beautiful young lady with an average dashing young man whose about the same age as her in which the only thing that was holding him back was money!
The only downside of this film was that this film is way too short for a running time of 82 minutes because the rapport between Lemar and Stewart was an absolute delight to see wanting me to see more!
4 out of 4