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what a delight! this film has all the charm and classic phrases and vocabulary one would expect from this era; yet it did not feel 'dated' and I watched it from start to finish un-interrupted. Lovely... Read more monolgues that didn't tire, and fabulous charcter of Dowd, played by Stewart. If only we lived like this in the real world what a great place it would be! loved it. old films often have a quality that insists the viewer SLOW down a bit and tune out from modern day distractions. good moral to this film, stay open minded and embrace life. good viewing.
Enjoyable old feel good movie, has you wondering who's sane and who isn't.
An absolute classic! Loved every part of this movie. Great example of how a fantastic storyline and great acting makes a fantastic movie unlike todays movies which require special effects to be successful.
I really enjoyed this one - fantastic comedy with just the right mix of sarcasm! Very funny!
As big Donnie Darko fans my husband and I watched this a short while ago. Despite a number of
similarities, Darko's Director says he was not aware of this film when he made his. Go figure!
Anyway... Read more, Harvey is a charming film - and I still don't really believe that his similarities with Darko's
Frank are purely coincidental...!
Waste of electricity, kids found it totally boring! Movieshack should seriously consider removing this title from its catalogue. The movie was too long and also too short. It had no storyline and was far too complex.
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A wonderful film that recharges the soul.
If you don't believe in Harvey by the end of this film then you need to watch it again when you are in a more receptive mood.
This... Read more is undoubtedly the most "pleasant" film you will ever see.
Absolutely delightful - a classic still today, despite its age. The irony in the plotline is considerable, in terms of the way the nicest guy you could imagine gets treated by those who are, shall we... Read more just say, not like him. There is real heart here, and it doesn't matter that it is in black and white. This is an easy film to access, storywise, and it cannot fail to entertain, amuse and uplift.
This is a good old fashioned black and white film that has something for all generations. It would be worth re-making this movie for today's audiences...very funny.
I find it hard to watch some older movies now - they can seem so corny and overacted. Never been much of a James Stewart fan, though, so that may have biased my opinion.