Some Like It Hot (1959)
Some Like it Hot review
Joe and Jerry (Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon) accidentally witnessed the 1929 Saint Valentine's Day massacre, was spotted by "Spats" Columbo (George Raft). Both men dress as ladies and joined an all-female band. Joe falls for "Sugar Kane" (Marilyn Monroe) while an old millionaire named Osgood Fielding III (Joe E. Brown) enjoys the company of Daphne (who is Jerry). Wonderful set locations, costumes, screenplay and cinematography. The multi-character portrayals of Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon were effective and believable. Themes of friendship, trust, deceit and integrity were well displayed. In the words of Osgood Fielding III - "Well, nobody's perfect." In my opinion, Some Like it Hot is a rare comedy that is picture perfect from the plot, wardrobe, to directing and the acting.