I'm reviewing old movies for how good the fashions are, since that's the main reason I watch movies. I'll be reviewing the movie as well, since not everyone wants to watch a terrible movie just in the hopes that there might be a really snazzy dress.
Movie: 7 (on a scale of -10 to +10)
It's WWII, and a lounge singer gets recruited to bust a group which has been selling American industrial secrets to the enemy. The pacing was slow by modern standards, but many of the main characters were interesting and three-dimensional and the plot was more complex than I've come to expect from such films. Solid seven out of ten. Plus, there were cute kitties.
Fashions: 7 (on a scale of 1 to 10)
The protagonist is a lounge singer, so naturally she gets to wear some pretty awesome clothes. Unfortunately, the other female characters don't get much screen time, but still, definitely worth a watch.
In short: Decent movie with decent fashions. Not the best ever in either category, but definitely a solid choice.