Cary Grant is an angel who appears in the life of a tightly-wound workaholic bishop, but ends up attracted to his wife in a movie that is effortlessly charming, but also simultaneously so weightless that it seems on the verge of evaporation.
Alfred Hitchcock takes some very standard materials and somehow makes an amazing movie out of them… a great performance by Ingrid Bergman at the center helps, too.
A classic romance with Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr, who are both very agreeable as usual, but I have to say that something on a basic level did not work for me.
Perhaps the best known of all screwball comedies, it is a bit too aggressively madcap for me.
Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant invented the James Bond movie three years before it was a thing.
The sheer star power and charm of Hepburn, Grant, and Stewart still shines through 80 years later.