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Critics Of "Make Way for Tomorrow"
July 13, 2004 Age and wisdom exit the stage, leaving youthful oblivion.Read in Source
Q Network Film Desk
February 23, 2010 one of the saddest, much touching, and most powerfully introspective films produced during the classical era of Hollywood cinemaRead in Source
March 21, 2007 Hollywood melodramas do not often compare to timeless masterpieces of world cinema, but this does, largely through McCarey's sophisticated blend of tragic pathos, psychological insight, and rich, knowing humor.Read in Source
Under the Radar
May 13, 2015 Many scenes in Make Way For Tomorrow are very uncomfortable to sit through ... What prevents the movie from being totally unendurable is the tenderness in the lead performances.Read in Source
February 26, 2010 Let's just say that, in calling Make Way for Tomorrow a masterpiece, we'll also call it a dear movie, a wonderful movie, a refreshing movie, or an honest movie. Maybe those terms will make it a bit more appealing.Read in Source
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
March 09, 2010 All of this leads to an ending that is not just the most moving thing McCarey ever fashioned, but may just be the moving thing anyone ever committed to film.Read in Source
February 23, 2010 [Leo] McCarey's most personal picture and his most moving drama, the rare Hollywood film to confront issues of aging head on.Read in Source
Antagony & Ecstasy
March 17, 2012 The final third is an absolute miracle - one of the greatest sequences in 1930s American cinema.Read in Source
May 14, 2015 As brutal in its own way as any gangster or slasher flick, Make Way for Tomorrow is a powerful drama that absolutely refuses to pull its punches or take any prisoners.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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