The New Pictures, Sep. 15, 1941

Unfinished Business (Universal) is a title with a meaning, i.e., every woman has some unfinished business in her life. In the life of Nancy Adams (Irene Dunne) it is a premarital romance with her husband's elder brother (Preston Foster). Until she makes her husband (Robert Montgomery) accept its significance, their marriage is a bust.

In the hands of a lesser director than Gregory La Cava (My Man Godfrey, Stage Door) this theme might well have turned sour. By superb cinema artistry he raises it to the level of subtle, entertaining comedy without...

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