Mary, Mary

  • 1963
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

MARY, MARY is so-so. At over two hours, it's been padded out, and there is nothing slower than a comedy where the jokes don't play. Breen's adaptation should have sliced some of the excesses, instead of adding to them. It isn't much more than a movie of the play, and that would have been all right except that the actors seemed to be waiting for laughs....read more

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(Movie Clip) A Very Plain Girl
Returning to her ex-husband's temporarily vacant New York apartment after dinner with his actor friend Dirk (Michael Rennie), Mary (Debbie Reynolds) r (more…)
(Movie Clip) I Don't Still Anything!
Accountant Oscar (Hiram Sherman) is first to greet made-over divorcee Mary (Debbie Reynolds), arrived in New York to settle affairs with her publisher (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: MARY, MARY is so-so. At over two hours, it's been padded out, and there is nothing slower than a comedy where the jokes don't play. Breen's adaptation should have sliced some of the excesses, instead of adding to them. It isn't much more than a movie of th… (more)

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