This fantastic farce comedy looks a hundred years into the future when men have become more like women and women more like men. […] A clever and novel plot whose satire will particularly appeal to the higher class of patronage. The leaning of the modern woman to the masculine has aroused the query “What’s the world coming to?” And in this picturization of a specific example of what the next hundred years may bring. Hal Roach predicts a very masculine woman and very effeminate man.
According to his prediction, the tables will have been very much turned. The “blushing” groom carries the bouquet while the bride places the ring on the third finger of his left hand. The girl’s father-in-law instead of the man’s mother-in-law is the objectionable “in-law”; the husband in crimps, lacy pajamas and silk coverlet, awaits the return of his spouse in the “wee” hours of the morning. […] Clyde Cook and Katherine Grant are very happily cast in this altogether unusual and diverting comedy.
Exhibitors Trade Review, January 9, 1926
Following this film will be presented FOUR AROUND THE WOMAN