The Big Hangover
The Big Hangover (1950)

Nobody sits on the fence so far as The Big Hangover is concerned. Leonard Maltin considers it "predictable, as well as silly and boring," while the late William K. Everson regarded it as one of Hollywood's best and most… More

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Rated: PG
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DVD Release Date: May 26, 1993
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TIME Magazine

The result makes an odd layer cake composed of alternate slabs of slapstick and preachment, none of it very digestible.

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TV Guide

[An] odd film about a man who gets dizzy at the mere sniff of any alcohol.

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Variety Staff

Elizabeth Taylor is warm and appealing as the amateur psychiatrist. Van Johnson, too, is rather subdued and serious here, to just as warming effect.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

The cast is so endearing that they do wonders with the silly premise.

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New York Times

The Big Hangover, although it runs an uneven course; still is good for some laughs and is deserving of attention.

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