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Cinema Crazed
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May 31, 2014

A pretty superb and remarkable film...
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Combustible Celluloid
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September 12, 2008

Isn't quite as nasty as it probably could have been, coming several years after the establishment of the Hays Code, but it's still plenty witty.
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Film Experience
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July 20, 2007

a bitchy but endearing mix of comedy and melodrama. Norma Shearer holds the chaos together with improbable dignity.
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Film4
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September 11, 2008

Directed by Cukor with his trademark elegance, and proof of the filmmaker's famed ability to direct female actresses, this sparkling satire on backbiting, privileged women continues to delight.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

A more eccentric film than the following year's The Philadelphia Story, with which it shares a couple of faces, it's almost as fabulous.
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Chicago Reader
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September 11, 2008

The catty banter and Wildean aphorisms (some of them contributed by Anita Loos) are delivered with impeccable timing by a cast only MGM could have mustered.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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January 17, 2007

It's the irrevocable women's pic of the 1930s.
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Chicago Reader
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September 11, 2008

[Cukor is] at his best with a cast that includes Rosalind Russell, Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Hedda Hopper, Ruth Hussey, Paulette Goddard, and Joan Fontaine.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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June 23, 2006

Cukor's all-star version of Booth's stinging play is all about wisecracking cattiness of wives and mistresses (of the upper class), confirming men's suspicions of what women talk about when they are not around.
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Variety
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May 30, 2008

Picture however holds passages that slow movement down to a walk.
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Arizona Republic
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September 11, 2008

A film that deserves to be seen (or seen again).
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