Woman's World Reviews

  • Jan 18, 2016

    one of the few '50's movies to have feminist overtones

    one of the few '50's movies to have feminist overtones

  • Mar 21, 2013

    Another film from the TCM Cruise: Snappily written dramedy about three men in line for a promotion whose wives will ultimately make the final impression upon which their CEO bases his decision, so we have three all-star couples vying for top dog. Great film, well worth a look.

    Another film from the TCM Cruise: Snappily written dramedy about three men in line for a promotion whose wives will ultimately make the final impression upon which their CEO bases his decision, so we have three all-star couples vying for top dog. Great film, well worth a look.

  • Feb 10, 2011

    This movie is pretty good!

    This movie is pretty good!

  • Aug 21, 2009

    *** (out of four) Entertaining film about the head of a business who is looking to hire his successor. He invites the candidates to New York for the weekend, but his real motives is to rate the wives.

    *** (out of four) Entertaining film about the head of a business who is looking to hire his successor. He invites the candidates to New York for the weekend, but his real motives is to rate the wives.

  • jay n Super Reviewer
    May 10, 2008

    Stylish, ultra glamorous drama with a light touch. As delicious as a box of chocolates without the guilt afterward, Everyone is good but Betty Bacall wraps it up with a sharp edged portrait of a corporate wife who has built a tough exterior to protect herself but still has a good heart. Clifton Webb is an upper crust delight!

    Stylish, ultra glamorous drama with a light touch. As delicious as a box of chocolates without the guilt afterward, Everyone is good but Betty Bacall wraps it up with a sharp edged portrait of a corporate wife who has built a tough exterior to protect herself but still has a good heart. Clifton Webb is an upper crust delight!