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It's a pleasure to watch because of the talent on display-and, this is me so let's be real, because its climactic scene is about the joys of public self-abasement.
sassy, sparky, hilarious
The shock of State of the Union, Capra's last movie in a political vein, is its technical sloppiness.
So-so political comedy reflects lesser work by all.
Capra's last great work, this political thriller is an amazing study of politics. It features great performances from Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. The final scene is definitely something that's worth waiting for.
Another in a long line of Tracy/Hepburn collaborations, this film has all the political entitlement and virtues of Mr. Smith, with the twist of the impressionable duo, one confused and exploited for means, and his wife, so steadfast and determined in her beliefs that she resembles the true persona of Hepburn. Always child friendly and feel good, Capra delivers on yet another inspiring film.
Tracy becomes president with the help of his wife, Hepburn, even though his advisers often disagree with her help. This is a fun movie.
As always the pair works together wonderfully this time as a couple in a troubled marriage. Angela Lansbury offers a razor sharp portrayal of the other woman, even the usually vapid Van Johnson offers up a quality performance.
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