'Til We Meet Again Reviews

  • Dec 29, 2019

    Remake with a grim premise for 1940. Merle Oberon is great ... they should have brought back William Powell from the original (1932) ...

    Remake with a grim premise for 1940. Merle Oberon is great ... they should have brought back William Powell from the original (1932) ...

  • jay n Super Reviewer
    Oct 21, 2013

    Classy, richly appointed remake of One Way Passage is close to a scene for scene remake but the talented cast manage to make it fresh. Brent is less stolid than usual and he and Merle make a handsome couple surrounded by a terrific group of character actors. Eric Blore is amusing as usual in a small role, Pat O'Brien full of quiet integrity as George's minder and Geraldine Fitzgerald is lovely and solid in a small role as a newlywed. But the real standouts are underappreciated Binnie Barnes as a conwoman who has a past with Brent and most of all Frank McHugh as his loyal tippling friend, he manages to make a stock character very human.

    Classy, richly appointed remake of One Way Passage is close to a scene for scene remake but the talented cast manage to make it fresh. Brent is less stolid than usual and he and Merle make a handsome couple surrounded by a terrific group of character actors. Eric Blore is amusing as usual in a small role, Pat O'Brien full of quiet integrity as George's minder and Geraldine Fitzgerald is lovely and solid in a small role as a newlywed. But the real standouts are underappreciated Binnie Barnes as a conwoman who has a past with Brent and most of all Frank McHugh as his loyal tippling friend, he manages to make a stock character very human.

  • Dec 31, 2012

    ok melo-rom kept afloat by the 2 leads.

    ok melo-rom kept afloat by the 2 leads.