It's a great movie, I liked it ever since my sixth grade social studies teacher Mr. Pasma (you rock btw, awesome teacher) showed it to us in social studies class back in 2005-2006 school year (if I remember correctly what the class name was). The film has good morals and all in all probably one of my favorite films of all time.
Jack Lemmon and James Garner join forces to save the American public. What an enigma of comedy is produced when the former \"Mr. Presidents\" (who can't stand one another) join forces out among the people.
The movie is entertaining in its own right, and representative of the era in which it was produced, but, aside from the legendary interaction between Bogart and Lauren Bacall, there are only moderate reasons to recommend the film.