A New Leaf1971
A New Leaf (1971)
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as Henry Graham
as Henrietta Lowell
as Andy McPherson
as Uncle Harry
as Harold Henry, Graham's Butler
as Mrs. Traggert
as Gloria Cunliffe
as Sally Hart
as Mrs. Heinrich
as Mr. Van Rensaeller
as Girl at Charity Ball
Critic Reviews for A New Leaf
Reveals the essence of marital love more brutally than many confrontational melodramas.
A film of such wit and comic invention that it belongs among the great American comedies.
Matthau and May are the main reason to watch this film, as they make the most of every scene with nuanced mannerisms and reactions. Compared to today's comedies, this one feels less contrived and more leisurely paced.
Henry's attempted seduction of Henrietta is a masterpiece of slow-burn hilarity - just wait till you hear the way Matthau rolls his tongue around the horrors of 'Mogen David's extra heavy Malaga wine... with lime juice'.
Audience Reviews for A New Leaf
Its a shame we never have and probably never will see May's original three hour cut because as wonderfully weird and funny as the current version is, the film's energy does fizzle out towards the end. Perhaps with the darker subplots restored this could change, but since that is unlikely I'll take the sweet, oddball romantic comedy we got instead.
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