Bryant’s review published on Letterboxd:
That’s about as scathing as one can expect from a mainstream 50s movie. Tashlin gets some nice shots in there, and even if the ending is adulterated, he already told us the whole thing would be full of lies during the opening credits. That kind of freed him up to have fun.
Randall and Mansfield are excellent at playing cartoons, and that’s a sincere compliment.