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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Risya's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    How I love to hate Barbara Stanwyck! The ending's quite unpredictable too.

  2. cherbourgdoll's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    & 1/2 not a criticism but am i the only one who thinks Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster don't suit as a couple?

  3. Balthaz21's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

  4. Histioteuthis's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

  5. le Gars's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    Masterful noir by Litvak, who displays his director skills in every sequences. The narrative is ingenious and helps Litvak to show off. The film tells the story of a morbid & psycotic daughter-father relationship. The set plays a key role:Mrs Robinson's room is full of mirrors, while the one of her father is full of stuffed animals. The metaphor is obvious: she is a stuffed animal with identity problems. Dark ending.

  6. msmichel's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    Well written thriller, by Lucille Fletcher from her radio play, that serves as another strong showcase for Barbara Stanwyck; in fact an Oscar nominated turn. A little shrill at times but effective with a very solid denouement. Burt Lancaster somewhat wasted here but Ed Begley makes the most of a small part.

  7. bulgrin's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    I have to agree to others here. Stanwyck is outstanding in this, but Lancaster is not even close to his abilities. Camera work and lighting is perfect and the story is well-written. In all it's another great film noir not to be missed.

  8. Amadeus Magnus's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

  9. Christian R.'s rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    loved Barbara in this BUT i loved the radio play much better!

  10. Dave's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    Takes itself a bit too seriously at times, but as the post below says, it is still a satisfying noir.

  11. Elijah Drenner's rating of the film Sorry, Wrong Number

    Convoluted, but satisfying noir. Stanwyck makes a great "hopeless invalid" with daddy issues, while Lancaster acts like a wooden Indian. A splendid Franz Waxman score too!