Easy to Love (1934)

Passed   |    |  Comedy, Romance

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Carol feels, for whatever reason, that her husband, John, has grown indifferent to her, and is on a quest to find out why, suspecting another woman. She sees the family physician, Dr. Swope... See full summary »


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18 March 2011 | GManfred
"Easy To Love" is essentially a filmed stage play which is saved by its cast. I was hoping it would get funnier or turn out better as it went on but what was needed here was a more subtle, sophisticated hand, someone with something resembling a 'Lubitsch touch'. The result was a ham-handed comedy which was too obvious as far as innuendo and plot development are concerned.

The cast did their considerable best, with Edward Everett Horton in one of his patented dithering simpleton roles carrying most of the comedic load, and aided and abetted by Adolph Menjou and Mary Astor. But by and large, the picture belonged to Genevieve Tobin, director Keighley's wife. Primarily a stage actress, she was in her element as Menjou's triangulated wife.

"Easy To Love" could have been better but is worth a watch as is. I think I am in the minority on this one. I was disappointed but perhaps I was expecting too much.

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