Irvin Malcolm’s review published on Letterboxd:
An eccentric madcap couple die in a car crash and return as ghosts. In a last ditch effort to do a good deed before moving on, they decide to liven up the life of a stuffy bank executive they knew when they were alive. I found the film's first act to be kind of blah. The crazy goofy couple characters played by Constance Bennett and Cary Grant can be annoying. But once the premise kicks in, there are some really genuinely funny moments including a particularly hilarious scene in a hotel lobby (come to think of it, there's more than one really funny scenes in hotel lobbies). The ghost effects are surprisingly good too. It's not quite as great as the screwball comedies in the same era but it is a fairly solid one worth checking out.