"There are lots of things that a man can do and in society's eyes it's all hunky-dory. A woman does the same thing, and she's an outcast."
Any film that includes George Cukor, Katharine Hepburn, and Spencer Tracy is bound to be a safe bet for good entertainment, but I was even more pleasantly surprised at just the sheer amount of biting social commentary and breezy exchanges produced in this film. While this isn't my first Hepburn and Tracy film, I do think this one in particular shows their special chemistry so well. Their performances are so rhythmic, they complement each other perfectly. This—in addition to the comedy, Cukor's long takes, and the exploration of the stereotypical roles of men and women— make this quite a memorable watch.
(By the way, I really had no idea what "Adam's Rib" meant. I googled it after watching this film... religion is weird.)