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on 17 February 2012
Caprice is a film known for a couple of reasons. It was the last film for which Fox used Cinemascope and it's a film that co-star Richard Harris refused to ever watch. It is most notorious for Doris Day fans however, because after reading the script Day told her husband that she was thankful she doesn't have to make movies like this anymore. Her husband though, who was also her manager aswell as her power of attorney, had to tell her she had already been signed up. Despite the lack of love for the film from the main stars, it isn't that bad but I can see why they hate it. Although the comedy elements failed to make me laugh, I did get some enjoyment from the rather silly storyline, but the storyline is so silly, it works against the cheesy elements at times. There are a lot of missed opportunities for making fun of spy movies, especially for a time where the Bond films were starting to make their mark on cinema screens, and none of the cast seem particularly interested. Yet, I couldn't bring myself to dislike the movie. Scenes are generally well shot, it is quite well edited and the music was well selected. It's worth a very low end rental. 2.5/5
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