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1.

A starry showcase (and all but grand exit) for consummate scene-stealer Dressler

9/10
Author: bmacv on 17 August 2004
2.

Deeeeelicious!

Author: Bucs1960 on 30 March 2004
3.

An All-Star Classic

10/10
Author: Ron Oliver (revilorest@juno.com) on 12 February 2000
4.

VIPs, past and future.

9/10
Author: FilmSnobby on 14 March 2005
5.

An all star cast in an all star movie

10/10
Author: Doug Phillips (janabro@aol.com) on 13 January 1999
6.

Five course dinner

10/10
Author: jotix100 on 3 December 2005
7.

Highly enjoyable

9/10
Author: Camera Obscura on 28 June 2006
8.

Millicent Jordan's Dinner Party

Author: lugonian on 22 April 2005
9.

One of the Best Comedies M-G-M made During the 1930s

10/10
Author: EightyProof45 on 11 November 2003
10.

a golden oldie

Author: didi-5 on 26 June 2000
11.

Timeless

Author: Ingrid (Ingridd) on 11 August 2004
12.

Good,but the comedic elements I was expecting aren't there.

7/10
Author: SmileysWorld on 23 September 2010
13.

Dinner With The Jordans

10/10
Author: bkoganbing on 13 February 2008
14.

One of many movies done after Grand Hotel with all-star ensemble casts, but unlike most of the others, this one works!

9/10
Author: Robert Reynolds (minniemato@hotmail.com) on 5 February 2001
15.

A Glorious Star-Studded Comedy

8/10
Author: Heath McEwan (heathnick69) on 17 February 2003
16.

If You Know Gourmet, You'll Come Back For Seconds

9/10
Author: krocheav on 6 December 2015
17.

A Lavish Spread

7/10
Author: dougdoepke on 3 August 2015
18.

A top cast in this Grand Hotel follow-up

8/10
Author: SimonJack on 8 August 2014
19.

High Society Dinner.

7/10
Author: AaronCapenBanner on 3 November 2013
20.

Right along with Dodsworth, easily one of the best films before the biggies came along

8/10
Author: nomoons11 on 21 October 2011
21.

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

10/10
Author: mmallon4 on 29 March 2015
22.

A sparkly diamond of 1930s Hollywood

10/10
Author: jwbrown3-939-210848 on 6 June 2014
23.

Great Cast, Great Script--Great Film

9/10
Author: atlasmb on 18 April 2014
24.

Such perfection in casting, direction, photography, artistic passion and entertaining to boot!

10/10
Author: mark.waltz on 9 April 2014
25.

Not as great as "Grand Hotel," but well worth a look

8/10
Author: David Conrad on 23 July 2013
26.

One of the great sophisticated pre-code comedies

8/10
Author: calvinnme on 25 December 2009
27.

John Barrymore and Marie Dressler are the Main Course

9/10
Author: wes-connors on 12 August 2008
28.

Iconograph Performances Make The Film

8/10
Author: gftbiloxi (gftbiloxi@yahoo.com) on 11 June 2007
29.

Marie and the rest

10/10
Author: gkeith_1 on 27 September 2006
30.

Brilliant Comedy Turns to Pathos and Goodness

9/10
Author: secondtake on 24 June 2009
31.

Classic Hollywood

10/10
Author: swallin on 14 March 2007
32.

Not a Goof

9/10
Author: fiat0903 on 17 December 2006
33.

In One Word "WOW"

9/10
Author: lpersons-2 on 4 October 2006
34.

One of the finest films every made

10/10
Author: raptors2 on 4 January 2006
35.

One of the Great Movies from the Golden Age

10/10
Author: jacksflicks on 8 May 2001
36.

A Glorious Film About a Disastrous Dinner Party

10/10
Author: theowinthrop on 23 August 2006
37.

Comedy with surprisingly dark undertones

7/10
Author: marissas75 on 14 January 2006
38.

Enjoyable Classic With A Fine Cast

Author: Snow Leopard on 21 March 2002
39.

a hallmark blowout for Tinseltown oldie suckers and star-stuck on-lookers alike

8/10
Author: lasttimeisaw on 9 February 2017
40.

"Now you're going to listen to me while I run off at the mouth."

7/10
Author: classicsoncall on 16 January 2017
41.

If you can get through all the melodrama, the last half hour is great

8/10
Author: richard-1787 (richard@berrong.fr) on 27 June 2016
42.

Something about people or something....

7/10
Author: elvircorhodzic on 4 April 2016
43.

See it after you have lived a little

10/10
Author: (jeffhaller125@aol.com) on 7 May 2013
44.

With a good script, cast, and the right director, a film with many story lines can be done well.

10/10
Author: Jeffrey Roegner on 24 October 2012
45.

Comedy with somber undertones.

7/10
Author: Michael O'Keefe on 18 November 2011
46.

This film is not a comedy!!

9/10
Author: larry-labati on 11 December 2009
47.

A superb mix of comedy and emotion.........

8/10
Author: Maddyclassicfilms on 28 November 2009
48.

Dinner at Eight

Author: simplesimon419 on 6 October 2009
49.

An Okay Film to Watch

8/10
Author: Amym-24 on 22 September 2009
50.

The perfect blend of humor and drama.

8/10
Author: mountainkath on 10 January 2009

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