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  1. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    A movie I discovered in the 80's and which I saw numerous times on VHS then. Flamboyant melodrama or Film Noir in colour, the question is still open. Among a lot of superb scenes, the first meeting between Tierney and Wilde in the train deserves a prominent place in Movie history. Anyway, with John Brahm and John Cromwell, John M. Stahl is one of the three Hollywood Johns waiting for recognition. Masterpiece.

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    >>> Gene Tierney est vraiment fascinante et le film d'une excellente facture... www.cinefiches.com

  3. cansu m's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    I LOVE MY MURDEROUS DAUGHTER

  4. Deiner's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    This may be seen as a blasphemy but I just don't get the love for this film. It's certainly gorgeous to look at but the story and characters are so bland and silly that those 2 hours felt like an eternity. I heard so many great things about Tierney's performance in this film and even though she was a stunner her acting left me wanting more. A bummer for sure.

  5. LauraPalmer's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

  6. Hugo Poderoso's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Danger and advertisement glitter usually converge in a single image, or sequence, or set: see Tierney emerging from the pool, like a formless yellow shade.

  7. truffraud's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    ahead of its time in many regards; i'm struck by how i sympathize with ellen. she most likely suffers from BPD, and it's wrenching that her doctor and family instead of attempting to understand her impulses victimize and simplify her into an insane, hysterical housewife, letting her spiral to her demise.

  8. Maksym Rooban's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

  9. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Makes me greatful for my ability to see...

  10. Violet Rien's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Nice colors, typical roles.

  11. dianadhm's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Not necessarily thrilling nor a visual experience but a parade of iconic (fashionable) looks worth mentioning...

  12. Mx Nihil's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Damn, Gene Tierney is ravishing.

  13. film_lies101's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Damn, can't a girl get some from her hubby

  14. L'immoralistee's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

  15. Freddie's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Flawed but very good nonetheless, mainly on the strength of Gene Tierney's charismatic performance.

  16. SpacePirate's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Gorgeous technicolor, a batshit crazy Tierney, what more do you people want?

  17. Henri de Corinth's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Would have given it five stars had it not been for the final ten minutes.

  18. rachel collier's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    3.5 stars for the most perfect technicolor. Stylized without competing with the ridiculous narrative, Hitchcock could learn something here.

  19. snowjade's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    i hated everyone in this movie so much aside from gene tierney and that was the opposite emotion the film wanted you to have so i hated it even more

  20. cvalda's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    Gene Tierney is fabulous.

  21. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    ★★★★★ jealousy in glorious technicolor.

  22. José Neves's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    cinematography by Leon Shamroy.

  23. Sunrise's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    While aspects of melodrama are constantly reinforced, it is the moments where Stahl avoids music and down-plays reaction shots that he finds the genre's best effect. Tierney's misogynistically-depicted hysterics are large, but allow for the noticeable juxtaposition of the moments of her calm and stillness, which strike the most concerning fear. Only the moment of Wilde's cold reaction to her confessions reciprocate.

  24. orangey's rating of the film Leave Her to Heaven

    cinematic misogyny at its finest: the attractive,athletic and confident woman is actually mad and evil, while her mellow, housewify childish sister is the one you settle down with

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