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So Goes My Love(1946)

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  • so goes my love

    • kevn sellers
    • 1/21/16

    I usually agree with Mr. Blandings, but not this time. I thought Don Ameche was fairly unfunny and yet he got ninety per cent of the the lines that the not very good screenwriters intended as humor, leaving Myrna Loy little to do but to flounce around in those ridiculous period dresses (Loy, more than most actresses, being indelibly au courant in her speech and mannerisms, suffers when not in the twentieth century.) Give it a C.

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    • Mr. Blandings
    • 9/30/12

    After seeing the first five minutes of this film I knew I was hooked. Don Ameche is wonderfully quirky and hilarious as the take-no-guff inventor. Myrna Loy is also quite good. Bobby (Peter Pan) Driscoll is brilliant--such amazing talent in one so young. There are so many huge and unexpected laughs in this movie but I won't say what they are or it would spoil them. Very witty script but my one criticism is that the plot meanders without any real direction. It's one of those "slice of life" films that just keep tacking on one scene after the other. The dramatic scene near the end really seems like a last minute addition to add some kind of climax to the whole thing but it really seems out of place. Still, it's an entertaining movie for the whole family to enjoy.

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