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  1. Al Sampedro's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    It was a hot afternoon, and I can still remember the smell of honeysuckle all along that street. How could I have known that murder can sometimes smell like honeysuckle? - Pure gold voice-over writing

  2. dordairobert's rating of the film Double Indemnity

  3. Victor Morosoff's rating of the film Double Indemnity

  4. Henrique Amud's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    The good ol'proto-noir film. The one that practically invented a genre. The acting is top notch (particularly the always wonderful Robinson) and the dialogue is on fire, but that's the problem with watching a classic film that came out 70 years ago...you kind of feel that everything aligns perfect, but there's something missing in the end. I mean, it's no Witness for the Prosecution...

  5. Panji's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Complete brill.. Ironic but also romantic and sexy without getting dragged to that particular area.

  6. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    There's not a great deal to be added to the praise for this tight and tidy tautological thriller. The rat-a-tat-tat dialogue crackles and fizzes; the performances spark and the production raises a suitably knowing eyebrow - cast in contrasty photography - despite the morality closing-in. Delicious double trouble indeed.

  7. Jack Joseph Kahn's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Double the shoulder pads, double the indemnity

  8. Ramzi's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    This just hits all the right beats

  9. Alcock Hitchfred's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    The dialogue, the cinematography and Stanwyck.

  10. FISCHER's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Un chef-d'oeuvre "noir" superbe, tordu à souhait, qui ne s'oublie pas ! www.cinefiches.com

  11. MistaRichard's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Engaging noir made when there were no "conventions" in the genre. Sensational screenplay by Wilder and Chandler. Straight down the line.

  12. Leo Delphy's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Perfect example for a well crafted film, great entertainment! Alas, nothing touches me or leaves a lasting Impression-

  13. tri ...'s rating of the film Double Indemnity

  14. JoaoM's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Barbara's ankle, Barbara's wig, Barbara's wardrobe, Barbara's everything. She is simply the best.

  15. Aaron Dillenbeck's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Such filthy morals and unavoidable fate. When the movie tells you exactly how it ends in the first 3 minutes yet you're still totally drawn in, you know you're watching something special.

  16. Ryan Christopher Coleman's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    fabulous noir. no one brings more depth and believability to the femme fatale than barbara stanwyck

  17. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Double Indemnity

  18. bogdann's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    looks so good???!!? also, amazing dialogue, very cool

  19. LauraPalmer's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Rewatched and re-loved. Essential cinema. Barbara Stanwyck, what a muse.

  20. bangtan's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    thought about giving it a 4 but then i thought again about the dialogue in this and yeah 5

  21. subtonal's rating of the film Double Indemnity

  22. Thomas Dods's rating of the film Double Indemnity

    This is perhaps the perfect film noir. Billy Wilder is masterful and the Raymond Chandler script can do no wrong. The lead actress' hair do is beyond offensive mind....

  23. Loud Rocks's rating of the film Double Indemnity

  24. Addy K.'s rating of the film Double Indemnity

    Billy Wilder made DOUBLE INDEMNITY in 1944 when "film noir" did not exist. He thus accomplished a work free from bias or tangential reverence. At its most basic level, this is a crime film about two people clouded by greed and lust, reeling towards an inevitable bitter end. It's when Cain's seductive story met Chandler's crackling prose and Wilder's riveting direction. The proto-noir—perfect, straight down the line.

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