VERY GOOD 1938 screwball comedy with fun performances by Cary Grant (with and without glasses) and fast talking Katherine Hepburn.
Yes, the plot is a bit screwball, but the film moves along a quite a quick pace which keeps it entertaining.
Rated 2/10. Normally I like Grant and Hepburn, but in this show, they over-acted.
The whole movie was unfunny.
Very good performance by main actors. The story is sort of superficial. Entire movie based on an unbelievably spoiled rich broad and lots of misunderstandings that can actually be explained in a few words. The explanations always come late so that the story can go on. If this is Howard Hawks, I have to say I am disappointed.
Lots of fun, every time Susan in on screen I had a smile on my face, she makes the movie with her wacky antics.
I love Howard Hawks movies, but I wish this one had been rewritten before production. Susan is just too crazy; you can't really believe that David would have gotten involved with such a whackjob. All the supporting actors are good, especially May Robson.
A delightful movie!
This is a fun screwball comedy. Both Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn do an excellent job and are sure to captivate the audience. From tearing dresses, driving wrong cars, and capturing leopards; this film will delight every classic comedy film fan.
Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn are perfectly cast. She being so straight laced and he being so easy going. Charlie Ruggles can't be found in many of the remaining old films, but he is a delight in "Bringing Up Baby". As others have said in their review, this is a great movie for the entire family. Pop the popcorn and let's get started!
This is a brilliant movie...I must have seen at least 5 times by now and it still makes me laugh.
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