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Harlow and Tracy had crazy amounts of chemistry, and that's what makes this movie worth seeing. The story itself is pretty forgettable, but it's tough to take your eyes off of the pair.
Very good screwball comedy. The romance is a little underwhelming, but the performances are so good it doesn't matter. John Barrymore's comedic performance is particularly impressive.
It's cute, but Sam Rockwell ain't Robert Montgomery, Frances O'Conner ain't Madge Evans, and the script doesn't do justice to Wodehouse's wit and humor.
By far the best movie I've seen so far this year. It's a beautifully told true love story with brilliant performances from Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish. Emotional, romantic, and heartbreaking. And it's visually captivating. It captures the love between Keats and Brawne not so much through words but through pictures.