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Ratings & Reviews

  1. SpacePirate's rating of the film Baby the Rain Must Fall

    Solid McQueen flick. The overdubbing while he is singing is some of the worst I've seen. Its like they didnt even try. Story is ok but overall feels a bit too familiar. 3.5 stars

  2. Thomas's rating of the film Baby the Rain Must Fall

  3. José Neves's rating of the film Baby the Rain Must Fall

    Filmmaker of a second line, that rarely met a success that would emerge - except for the overrated "Summer of 42" - and put him on a fairer position, Mulligan made with a few stars of the 60's films with a very careful lyricism, where the emblematic figures of the actors were limited by a solid construction of their characters, debtors of a literary universe, with a straightforward cinematographic writing.

  4. msmichel's rating of the film Baby the Rain Must Fall

    Horton Foote adapted his own play here in this film by Robert Mulligan. Lee Remick is well cast as a woman who travels to renew a life with her paroled husband played by a not so well cast McQueen. This boy-man nevers seems to even try to overcome his inner demons despite having a chance at a life with a wife and little girl. Don Murray is good as the stoic sheriff but hard to look past McQueen's one note enactment.