If you aren't afraid on watching a movie before 1998 because things don't explode, drive fast and tits and coke are everywhere then this is one to watch.
I'm a huge fan of Bogart (I'm 1974 so it's not like I was "around") and the fact that this was his only Oscar win amongst a stellar body of work speaks volumes.
Hepburn delivers such a well developed character you can't help but feel sorry for Bogie at times yet totally understand why he falls for her.
John Huston at his best deserving of the Oscar nod.
Back to back this on a rainy Sunday afternoon with a bottle of wine and a fine cheese platter with one of the following Bogart treats; Casablana, Sahara, The Big Sleep, The Maltese Falcon or The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. You won't regret it.
Random MajorMercyFlush side note: Other recommended rainy wine and platter afternoon's is Ridley Scott's The Duellists or Stanley Kubricks Barry Lyndon. Both are stunning, timeless films and rightly acknowledged as masters at the top of their game.