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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Justin Senkbile's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    I never understand anything anyone is saying or doing in Nicolas Roeg movies

  2. emanuela's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    un pò lento ma okey c'è un amplesso vero, senza trucchi e senza inganni.

  3. MisterColo93's rating of the film Don't Look Now

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  5. Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Nothing in the past decade has come close to Nicolas Roeg's masterful thriller, which simultaneously functions as a technical exercise (there are few things I've watched that are edited this precisely) and a more thoughtful, spiritual one. Don't Look Now is a stirring creation, a chilling work of art about grief, the fluidity of time, and a thoughtful consideration on self-fulfilling prophecies.

  6. Christofi Cotonou's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Don't speak to anyone before watching this film. You may just ruin one of the best cinematic climaxes to be seen.

  7. Terry_Moby's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    As unsettling and intense as cinema can get. In the seventies Roeg was on par with Kubrick.

  8. Rimbaud82's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Watched Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Back earlier. A strange film, not so much straight horror as a psychological thriller with slight supernatural/horror elements. An eery, uneasy quality hangs over the whole film. Roeg's non-linear editing techniques are very prominent in this film and this only adds to the strangeness and uneasiness.

  9. AALC's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Perfect montage and soundtrack.

  10. chazell's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    i wear a red coat but could never stab a throat

  11. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Venice, the Scottish sisters, Little Red Riding Hood, The Scream, gargoyles and ectoplasms, Ophelia. Highly recommended.

  12. msmichel's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Roeg's psychological thriller is a masterclass in film editing and sound featuring interesting turns by lead thesps Sutherland and Christie. Scripting is a long tease with a less than overwhelming crescendo. Over-rated in some circles this is an exercise in style over substance despite its theological and supernatural undertones.

  13. FISCHER's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Intéressante intrusion dans un fantastique pas toujours maîtrisé ! www.cinefiches.com

  14. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Similar to 'The Shining' in that it's a movie about horror, rather than just a horror movie. The sex scene is notable not just for the frankness, but because Sutherland and Christie did not know each other and it was the first scene shot.

  15. Scienceofphantoms's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Great for when you want to see a threadbare concept gently tugged until it reaches two hours. Roeg is full on stylist here - later works will take scenes from this and make them more bizarre (Kubrick, Lynch). The perfectly dreadful Venice is one of the great accomplishments here. Christie feels like she's been wasted, Sutherland is a capable avatar, and, you know, horrific mother figures steal the show.

  16. kartina obskura's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    like someone played you a song and said "just wait a bit, a great part is about to come" and you wait and wait but still don´t hear the great part.

  17. Chris's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    great beginning and ending scenes, nice visuals, but the acting and behavior of the 2 main characters was really jarring, -1 star for that :\

  18. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    8.3/10, my review: http://wp.me/p1eXom-2u5

  19. Umberto L.'s rating of the film Don't Look Now

    Italy just can't inspire any 'horror feeling' whatsoever. Also, the events are so excessively stylized and detailed throughout the film that the rushed ending feels very disappointing and meaningless. The Italian police inspector: worst actor ever?

  20. Aardsy's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    And thus sprang forth a 1,000 student films.

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  24. Ethan's rating of the film Don't Look Now

    This is one of the most haunting films ever made. Nobody used sound and images quite the way Nicolas Roeg did and the color red is used very well in this top notch thriller. Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie are absolutely brilliant in this too.

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