Charlie Chaplin is the epitome of the antiwork movement.
Jimmy Stewart skies away from the Nazi's and it's almost the most interesting thing except for the show case of the first days of the Nazi rise to power and how many used it as an excuse for their predisposed discrimination.
And Frank Morgan is tragic and funny. I wasn't expecting him to really put on a performance but if this had been more successful he'd have a supporting actor nomination. I was honestly more impressed with him than Stewart.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Imagine you are waking up like normal. You are in your everyday world. No kids, but a fiance. Loving family. You like your life.
Suddenly you are told by Adam Sandler that you are actually married to him, have had multiple children with him, and live on a boat with him in Alaska.
Repeat this everyday for the rest of your life.
Now what if I told you that this isn't a horror movie ending, but a romantic comedy ending?
I hate you Air Bud.
I hate that from 4th grade on every time we could pick a movie to watch on Friday the entire class picked this god damn movie. It didn't matter what the other choice was. Aladdin. Lion King. Matilda. All Dogs Go To Heaven.
NOPE! PLAY AIR BUD AGAIN!
Then there's always that one kid who's like "The dog died after the movie was over" and then the girl who just believes him and starts crying…