It's a Wonderful Life
Drama • PG • 1946 • 2 hr 10 min
This is a classic Christmas movie. It feels about 5 years too long. But once you watch it once you’ll never watch it again
A wonderful movie about family values and friends.
Amazing lead actor. Wonderful story makes you appreciate the everyday life
Iconic Christmas movie, some choppy editing in parts but impressively the jokes still land pretty well
Good film not the greatest but definitely a classic
Everyone has to watch this. It’s a classic.
I played Mr. Potter in the stage version a few years ago. Honestly, I had never seen the movie until we had our first rehearsal.
Classic with a lot of good stuff. Its better than the Scrooge one whatever its called
If you’re into vintage holiday classics, this film is worth seeing. It provides a good lesson, while also bringing the joy of the holidays.
A classic. I’d watch it anywhere, anytime.
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