A Private War
Crazy Rich Asians
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Matters are helped along somewhat by an attractive and spirited cast, but not enough to keep the film consistently amusing.
In many ways the quintessential Hollywood auteur movie.
Man's Favorite Sport?, the film's theme song has it, is girls. It certainly is not originality or comedy.
Outdoorsman-columnist Rock Hudson suddenly finds he has to live up to his reputation in this 1964 Howard Hawks comedy that's funnier than it has any right to be.
Hawks delivers his usual heavy-handed direction, but the film's premise is too flimsy to spread over two hours. The script is marred by tired comic routines and slow pacing.
Here Hawks moves a little slower, cribbing some of his own early jokes, but still dead funny.
Limp screwball comedy from the usually reliable Howard Hawks.
Inventive slapstick comedy and a fun movie.
Overly long screwball comedy from director Hawks who sticks to a formula he used better in Bringing Up Baby.
Late in the day, overlong, but vastly enjoyable Hawks' comedt
Paula is charming and goofy, Rock as adapt at comedy as always, a pleasant way to pass an hour and a half.
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