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In the first romantic comedy pairing of Tracy and Hepburn, the stars' chemistry is off to a working start and the film's sparkling comedy smooths out any rough patches.
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The film earlier has one of the very best Tracy-Hepburn love scenes, full of the sense of private shelter that they uniquely purvey.
Woman of the Year is an entertaining film with superb work by Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy.
Tracy and Hepburn were a great team, and this, their first outing together, set the seal on the pattern to follow into the next decade.
For the first time in months, this critical spectator feels like tossing his old hat into the air and weaving a joyous snake dance over the typewriter keys in celebration of Metro's triumphant Woman of the Year...
The premise is promising...But Stevens lacks the courage to make much of the conflict; the film ends with an embarrassing sequence in which Hepburn is tamed and installed in the kitchen.
For anyone looking to add a single Hepburn/Tracy movie to their collection, this is the one.
isn't necessarily one of the best films of its era, but it does capture in its essence the complex nature of relationships and the unavoidable way that power dynamics can come to a head
An effervescent but edgy rom-com about love, career, the insecurities men and women felt (and, sadly, still feel to some extent) around burgeoning feminism. [Criterion Blu-ray]
Filled with witty lines and hilarious situations, the film is good entertainment, reminding us of Hepburn and Tracy's appeal
Fine Tracy-Hepburn comedy-romance directed by George Stevens.
A marvelous comedy-drama, brimming with wit, style, and sophistication.
The first teaming of Tracy and Hepburn shows the chemistry between the stars, setting the pattern for future and better battle of the sexes romantic comedies.
I do like Hepburn and Tracy, and they give good performances, but the story is too predictable and boring.
Another great Tracy/Hepburn pairing. This is the closest of their films to show their actual relationship behind the scenes.
this is how to do romantic comedy. amazing chemistry and sharp dialogue
good but desk set is better
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