SebastianX’s review published on Letterboxd:
First of all, a minute of silence in respect to the fake guests who spent hours rehearsing elegant gestures.
Even exposing mobsters and lawmen side by side, without leaving out this detail. But let's be honest, this was not such a difficult obstacle to overcome. Capra keeps the rhythm with a gradually amusing script, involving in showing people's interest in helping, even in some moments that should be better used, such as Glenda Farrell's time on scene. without reflecting on its raw quality, I really liked the idea, especially when Warren William's and Ned Sparks' characters are calming the tempers. I wouldn't go so far as to classify the whole ensemble positively, but its astute attitude speaks for itself.