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one of the few '50's movies to have feminist overtones
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.
This movie is pretty good!
*** (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.
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!