Two Left Feet

  • 1963
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

Porter is a waitress who loves to flirt. She attracts the attention of the much younger Crawford, who tries to seduce her. This proves to be a disaster, and Porter heads to a jazz club in search of better catches. The lonely Crawford takes up with Foster, a young shop clerk. At a wedding he sees his old flame and slugs it out with her new beau. Soundly...read more

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Porter is a waitress who loves to flirt. She attracts the attention of the much younger Crawford, who tries to seduce her. This proves to be a disaster, and Porter heads to a jazz club in search of better catches. The lonely Crawford takes up with Foster, a young shop clerk. At a wedding

he sees his old flame and slugs it out with her new beau. Soundly thrashed, he returns to Foster. This minor sex comedy shows an occasional glimpse of wit but it's mostly trite and unfunny. The script is weak, especially in character motivation. The direction tries to make the mess work but does

not succeed. Crawford shows a flair for comedy, and Foster gives him the needed support.

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Porter is a waitress who loves to flirt. She attracts the attention of the much younger Crawford, who tries to seduce her. This proves to be a disaster, and Porter heads to a jazz club in search of better catches. The lonely Crawford takes up with Foster,… (more)

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