Rachel Malstrom’s review published on Letterboxd:
12. A lot of people love to romanticize 80s comedies for nostalgic reasons. John Hughes movies, Ghostbusters, what have you. Personally I don't really give a fuck. Let's go 20 years earlier. Watch a comedy movie released in the 1960s.
There are a lot of things I really loved about this. Audrey Hepburn's performance specifically, there is a reason it is considered so iconic. The racism is uncomfortable, and those scenes did take me out of it, but those scenes weren't important to the plot so I could kind of just stop paying attention for a second.
Anyways, I can see why people love this, and things I loved I really loved: the fashion, cinematography, production design, Hepburn and Peppard. I would be willing to rewatch it for sure.