Do you really need us to tell you how good it is? You do? Well, okay. Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon are sensational as two in-drag musicians on the run from the mob, their exhilarating spitfire exchanges making this pretty much the best comedy ever made. Marilyn Monroe, as on-the-lam ukulele sexbomb Sugar Kane, is pure cinematic Viagra. The only flaw in writer/director Billy Wilder’s script is the inexplicable decision by one of the boys to step aside, allowing the other an obstacle -free seduction. But, hey – nobody’s perfect.