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I May Destroy You
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Weak service comedy is only made watchable by virtue of a likable cast. The set-up of a bunch of servicemen trying to put on a secret ball has possibilities, but there was little payoff. Lemmon is good and I liked seeing Kathryn Grant is something, who I'd only seen before in "Anatomy of a Murder".
Strictly pedestrian effort despite cast of talented actors who have all made much better films then this. Indifferently directed and it just sort of ends without a real finish.
Priv. Hogan: Just imagine a beautiful woman, and she's lying in your arms. And, my God, she's beautiful. The music is playing...and you're working nights!
This might be my new favorite post-WWII war comedy. Kovacs rocks and Rooney steals the show.
Another great comedy with Jack Lemmon.