Saturday Night Cinema:
It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)


It's A Wonderful Life is a wonderful movie and one of the most popular and endearing films ever made by director Frank Capra. Frank Capra considered this film his own personal favorite — as did James Stewart.

What can be said about this priceless Capra film that hasn't already been said? From the moment the symbolic "Liberty Films" (who knew?) appears on the screen, it is pure magic and goodness, a national treasure. It is one of the greatest films of the twentieth century.

Want to know how great and good and moral it is? The left hates it. Salon went so far as calling it "the most terrifying film ever made." Nuff said.

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