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The Awful Truth

Driving by their deep love for each other, Jerry and Lucy, a young married couple, who after suspecting in each other to have an affair, make their minds to divorce, but besides, they work on ruining the love life of each other.
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April 04, 2003 As pleasurable as anything a Hollywood studio and the star system ever produced.
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Decent Films Guide
February 10, 2006 One should be rooting for Cary Grant to get the girl, which means he ought to deserve her — and if that's more or less the case here, well, it's only because the girl turns out to be no great shakes either.
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Time Out
June 24, 2006 Zappy, sophisticated screwball comedy with Grant and Dunne displaying perfect timing.
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November 09, 2006 One of the best screwball comedies (of remarriage) ever made, based on the astute mise-en-scene of director Leo McCarey (who won an Oscar) and superb turns from Cary Grant and Irene Dunne as the sparrying partners.
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Reel Film Reviews
April 10, 2007 ...has earned its reputation as one of the most effective screwball comedies from the 1930s.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
January 07, 2006 A smart screwball comedy from the 1930s that's given the Lubitsch touch by director Leo McCarey.
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New York Times
May 21, 2003 To be frank, The Awful Truth is awfully unimportant, but it is also one of the more laughable screen comedies of 1937, a fairly good vintage year.
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Chicago Reader
May 27, 2008 Leo McCarey's largely improvised 1937 film is one of the funniest of the screwball comedies, and also one of the most serious at heart.
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May 27, 2008 A joy.
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Combustible Celluloid
December 06, 2005 Its sophistication convinced the Academy that it was more than "just" a comedy and they awarded McCarey the Best Director Oscar
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February 17, 2006 The look of love [Grant] gives co-star Irene Dunne, captured not in a close-up but a medium-wide shot, could melt anyone.
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IMDb: 7
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