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.
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IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946)
The ultimate feel-good movie, or harrowing exercise in existential angst? Possibly both.
THE GRAPES OF WRATH (1940)
Camps of migrants, driven out of their homes by economic hardship, hated by the locals and oppressed by the police. It’s hard to be an Oklahoman.