or that part of life which Grant’s character refers to as a period of
“maladjustment, near-idiocy, and a series of low-comedy disasters.”
OK, we all know that Netflix sucks raw eggs, even while we let it suck up half of the nation’s bandwith every evening. Given that most of the offerings are movies you’d never want to see, or bad cable fodder (which my 10 year-old daughter can’t seem to get enough of–she’s been through all of Cake Boss and Toddlers and Tiaras), imagine how surprised I was when the movie I wanted to see was actually available for streaming:
Monkey Business (1952), a Howard Hawks comedy with Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, and Marilyn Monroe. Thar she was!
Really, dahlinks, you must watch this. It is a brilliant comedy, at least for the first half, and a good one for the second.