It's the least religious but most humanist film you could ever see, said David Wilson in The Guardian, because it suggests people should fix their problems on Earth rather than waiting for God to help out.
Pure, unadulterated B.S. If left to his own devices, George Bailey would have offed himself. His life was saved by the character Clarence -- an angel sent by God to intercede in the chain of events that were unfolding that day.
“Is this a joke?”
Well, I laughed
It’s just a movie, not a commie plot. It looks like someone had nothing else to write about re: the author.