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  1. mimivulturul's rating of the film Morocco

  2. Philippe Lajède's rating of the film Morocco

  3. FISCHER's rating of the film Morocco

    Le couple Dietrich/Cooper reste inoubliable dans une superbe oeuvre dramatique. www.cinefiches.com

  4. Bilouaustria's rating of the film Morocco

    CINEMA _ The first scene with Marlene Dietrich on stage and Gary Cooper falling for her is an instant classic. Their both sooo charismatic. Splendid scene as well when Dietrich breaks her neckless hearing the trumpet from the légion coming back. The way the film turns suddenly from laughs into real tragedy in one instant reminded me of this beautiful text from Bazin about "Une partie de campagne".

  5. L'immoralistee's rating of the film Morocco

  6. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Morocco

    On the 3D spectrum of cinema, the Sternberg-Dietrich films occupy a bizarre midpoint between a Lubitsch musical and Fellini Satyricon. This is one of their warmest: a war movie interested in the "girl" of "a girl in every port", a sexual allegory with Marlene drawn to her fantasy of a man in uniform and a characteristically boring Gary Cooper refusing to admit he wants monogamy. All this, plus a daring lesbian kiss.

  7. Royce Jr.'s rating of the film Morocco

    Marlene is as gorgeous as I remember

  8. nessmj's rating of the film Morocco

    Kind of taken aback with how heartbreakingly beautiful Morocco is. Sternberg really loves to hit us with these imposing and stifling sets and scenery and give us seemingly irreconcilable situations among people who are searching for or have found love. The ways he works with light (the town people praying under shafts of light in a suffocating alleyway) and works with extras as integral to the set are phenomenal.

  9. le Gars's rating of the film Morocco

  10. Histioteuthis's rating of the film Morocco

    Again like full of colonialism but like unlike say "Renoir colonial movies" you feel less like it's a nostalgic or "realist" colonialist picture and is like flashy/seedy colonial spectacle which is not "better" but more interesting

  11. Tabikenezer von Higglesbloom's rating of the film Morocco

    This is a 5 star film but the racisme... Though it's not as bad as I expected which idk doesn't say a lot.

  12. Illusion Travels By Streetcar's rating of the film Morocco

    "'We are SMART cinephiles!'" http://illusionpodcast.blogspot.com/2015/12/episode-82-cinema-masters-vol-xi.html

  13. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film Morocco

    Bring either of the two carachters to me in flesh and I would settle down.

  14. knockkneed's rating of the film Morocco

  15. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Morocco

  16. Shayan Bazri's rating of the film Morocco

    masterpiece , the way that sternberg directed this is amazing ,best act from cooper i've ever seen plus a great marlene with a great ending.

  17. Howard Fritzson's rating of the film Morocco

    Dietrich's first appearance must have been a shock. She was so different from anyone else. Gary Cooper was her best leading man, from the evidence of this film and "Desire."

  18. José Neves's rating of the film Morocco

    Cinematography by Lee Garmes and Lucien Ballard. "Desire" list. There was no less ambiguous actor in his sexuality than Gary Cooper and in this extraordinary film both, Marlene and he, are at the height of their incomparable beauty. A man to follow through the desert sands.

  19. El Biffo's rating of the film Morocco

    Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper torment each other. This is the one where Marlene dons top hat and tails and kisses a woman on the mouth. She did this to female fans in real life, when she performed her cabaret act, and sometimes even whispered to them her hotel and room number. She was the real thing....

  20. MMmmwa's rating of the film Morocco

    they don't make em like this ever! poor the world then...

  21. Trevor's rating of the film Morocco

    Luxuriously stylish and stunningly beautiful, yes, but also morally nuanced and quite moving. One of the greatest films of the 30s.

  22. Karthik's rating of the film Morocco

    "Of one thing there is no doubt: Morocco reaffirms the magic of the movies, makes everything else look worn and faded, like a hot summer sunrise in the middle of a cold winter night." Tag Gallagher

  23. Frankly, Mr. Shankly's rating of the film Morocco

    Ah, the tuxedo scene! Who can possibly resist to Dietrich and Cooper charms?

  24. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Morocco

    5/10, my review: http://lasttimeisawdotcom.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/last-film-i-saw-morocco/

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