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  1. Aulia Indry's rating of the film Marnie

    I've seen that the way of telling someone that you love him is to 'heal' him. I don't think at all that Mark is crazy, I see a different way of giving her love for Marnie. That's a beautiful love. What a romance.

  2. Louisa Savignon's rating of the film Marnie

    i like the story, i love hitchcock's direction, but in an odd way both haven't worked together so well for me this time. the movie somewhat keeps wobbling in itself. hitchcock's cruelty to women hurts

  3. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Marnie

    Hitchcock classic with many lovely touches. Tippi Hedren play extraordinary in her title role doing one of her signature roles and the office heist scene is a classic. Sean Connery also surprises as a man taking advantage of the girl in distress. Super cute Diane Baker is also cute in a small role that I think she should have had a Hitchcock film on her own had he loved brunettes. Love the resolution too. A favorite.

  4. Myles's rating of the film Marnie

    Never gotten it. Never enjoyed it. I did sort of live this life, though. I was Sean Connery ;)

  5. jewelsofglory's rating of the film Marnie

    I would say the weakest Hitchcock film I’ve seen thus far. Too much phalocentricity.

  6. gld48's rating of the film Marnie

    what a weird guy was old Hitch. definitely his most psychoanalytical movie, it's Tippi Hendren's performance that defines the film, she's fantastic

  7. enkii__bilal's rating of the film Marnie

  8. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Marnie

    It's not one of Hitchcock's best efforts. The most notable thing about the film is how Hitchcock was a total bastard to Tippi Hendren. He couldn't get Grace Kelly, so he thought he'd invent one of his own, and that his creation should love him back. He ruined her career.

  9. MisterColo93's rating of the film Marnie

  10. DaraDON's rating of the film Marnie

    Mansplaining with Hitch and Connery, outdated with a dismal end game but some beautiful moments of cinematic craft.

  11. Guillermo Padilla's rating of the film Marnie

    2.5 really. I love the textures. But the plot is so weak

  12. FISCHER's rating of the film Marnie

    Une des rares oeuvres du grand Alfred Hitchcock plutôt ratée, frisant quelquefois le ridicule de bas étage et la pacotille psychanalytique bon marché...

  13. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Marnie

    A film I watch again and again with the same pleasure. After 60 seconds, you know that you're seeing a film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. This is Style, this is Class. The shot of the street where is living Tippi Hedren's mother is mythical. Strongly recommended.

  14. Arandhitio Ballagi's rating of the film Marnie

    hell yeah ! It tortures my brain ! I had thought that the Mark is a crazy person in the middle of film (how stupid i am). Good work mr. hitchcock ! i love the way you tell a story.

  15. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Marnie

    What a lovely, tragic film from Hitchcock!

  16. Valentin Alexandru's rating of the film Marnie

  17. SpacePirate's rating of the film Marnie

    One of Hitch's most cerebral efforts, a bit like his attempt at a Bergman-esque film. Hedren and Connery have nice chemistry, and Diane Baker provides great supporting work in a limited role. This one has all the hallmarks of a Hitch film, just more subdued and requiring deeper attn from the viewer. I liked it but the folks I saw it with did not, so a polarizing one, but prob his best 60's effort after Birds. 4 stars

  18. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Marnie

  19. Marcelo Fornari's rating of the film Marnie

    A very good companion piece to "Vertigo", Marnie succeeds in its uncanny portrait of family and love, but I can't award a film more than three stars when it has this problematic gender politics and cheap self explanatory ending.

  20. Kreg's rating of the film Marnie

    Even without the rape and manipulation tactics, Rutland's self insertion as her saviour, however genuine, is still creepy. Flawless technical work as always, though some of the more convenient plot points disappointed me.

  21. Federico Maria Baldacci's rating of the film Marnie

  22. ali di pollo's rating of the film Marnie

    come un episodio della signora in giallo ad alto budget: fa vo lo so

  23. Matthew Catanzano's rating of the film Marnie

    The brutality which the film portrays is in no way ambiguous, however, I think the film was largely misunderstood on it's release. The genius of it is that you can't digest it passively like most films, he tricks the audience into believing they are watching a romance when it is anything but. Like when he tricked you in Psycho, though in that they go out their way to leave no questions; THIS is a thinker's film.

  24. Maudealan's rating of the film Marnie

    Marnie is fascinating as like a tragedy played like it's a romance and definitely Tippi Hedren is great in it, but it also feels like a peek inside of like Alfred Hitchcock at maybe his grossest so can't honestly say whether I "liked" it or was fascinated horribly

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