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  • jay n Super Reviewer
    Jun 13, 2013

    Routine programmer notable only for Bette's presence. She brittle and driven making what she can out of a thin character but with material like this it's easy to why she rebelled against Warners for better films.

    Routine programmer notable only for Bette's presence. She brittle and driven making what she can out of a thin character but with material like this it's easy to why she rebelled against Warners for better films.

  • Jun 01, 2013

    Absurd at times, with the two papers at one point printing absolutely identical stories, but directed and acted with sparkle and speed.

    Absurd at times, with the two papers at one point printing absolutely identical stories, but directed and acted with sparkle and speed.

  • Mar 23, 2010

    70/100. Any film that has the combination of Bette Davis and director Michael Curtiz, has to be worth watching, and it is. Curtiz can always be counted on to create a fast paced film. The feminist angle, especially in 1935 is interesting. Good supporting cast, great dialogue and an entertaining story. It isn't a major production, but it's a fine movie. Davis and co star George Brent always work well together and have a great rapport.

    70/100. Any film that has the combination of Bette Davis and director Michael Curtiz, has to be worth watching, and it is. Curtiz can always be counted on to create a fast paced film. The feminist angle, especially in 1935 is interesting. Good supporting cast, great dialogue and an entertaining story. It isn't a major production, but it's a fine movie. Davis and co star George Brent always work well together and have a great rapport.

  • Jun 20, 2009

    Any film that has the combination of Bette Davis and director Michael Curtiz, has to be worth watching, and it is. Curtiz can always be counted on to create a fast paced film. The feminist angle, especially in 1935 is interesting. Good supporting cast, great dialogue and an entertaining story. It isn't a major production, but it's a fine movie. Davis and co star George Brent always work well together and have a great rapport.

    Any film that has the combination of Bette Davis and director Michael Curtiz, has to be worth watching, and it is. Curtiz can always be counted on to create a fast paced film. The feminist angle, especially in 1935 is interesting. Good supporting cast, great dialogue and an entertaining story. It isn't a major production, but it's a fine movie. Davis and co star George Brent always work well together and have a great rapport.