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CRITICS OF "The Seven Year Itch"
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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August 02, 2012

Though not one of Billy Wilder's good films, this sex farce is symptomatic of the mores of the 1950s, offering Marilyn a part that's variation of her "dumb" blondes.
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Variety
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August 15, 2007

What counts is that laughs come thick and fast, that the general entertainment is light and gay.
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New York Times
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January 01, 2000

Miss Monroe clearly plays the title role.
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Empire Magazine
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February 02, 2009

Very dated and not consistently funny but famous for the iconic Marilyn air-vent shot and a close to the under-wire smuttiness.
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Common Sense Media
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July 26, 2014

Marilyn Monroe comedy is cute but won't interest most kids.
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The New Republic
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January 23, 2013

Despite the script's cleverness, the presence of Tom Ewell, who is a first rate comedian and Oscar Homolka, who has long been a first rate actor, the entire film continually misses fire and fizzles out, like defective fireworks.
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Chicago Reader
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August 15, 2007

Although it was directed by Billy Wilder, this 1955 CinemaScope classic sometimes seems presided over by Frank Tashlin, with its satire of 50s puritanism and its use of wimpy Tom Ewell.
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LarsenOnFilm
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March 30, 2014

Monroe takes over the movie the minute she appears onscreen, wearing impossible outfits and telling the most ridiculous stories with the lightest touch.
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Film4
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May 28, 2008

Possibly Marilyn Monroe's finest film. What further recommendation do you need?
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Village Voice

July 19, 2005

So arresting is Monroe's presence that when she's not on-screen, we wait impatiently, wondering, Where have you gone, Mrs. DiMaggio?
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Combustible Celluloid
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June 13, 2008

One of Marilyn Monroe's indispensable films.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Monroe flaunts her attributes too blatantly, and seems less human because of it, while George Axelrod's play, fresh and risqué in the '50s, now appears a little obvious and over-plotted.
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