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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Spellbound

    This was good Hitchcock, not great. But still thoroughly entertaining nonetheless!

  2. bryanvmh's rating of the film Spellbound

    Psychiatry or somnambulance? Gregory Peck is feeling sleepy. Very sleepy.

  3. James Mackin's rating of the film Spellbound

    Pretty typical Hitchcock, some good POV shots. I would've liked a little more of Dali's contributions, but oh well.

  4. Emil Kurjak's rating of the film Spellbound

  5. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Spellbound

    The atmosphere of this film creeped me out as a kid. Now, it looks like a very silly, flimsy, melodramatic picture, whose Freudian psychoanalytic detective work sounds as pseudo-scientific as anything in a cheesy 50s atomic monster movie. The form, however, is strong, and with the involvement of Bergman, Selznick, and Dali, it's Canonical by default. If only it latched onto the irrationality under the surface.

  6. Pango's rating of the film Spellbound

    One of my favourite Hitchcock's films. The dream sequence is stunning.

  7. FISCHER's rating of the film Spellbound

    >>> Une oeuvre sympathique du grand Alfred qui sacrifia tout de même à la mode du film "psychanalysant", un genre fort prisé à l'époque... www.cinefiches.com

  8. Nachtreich's rating of the film Spellbound

  9. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Spellbound

  10. Risya's rating of the film Spellbound

    Fairly harmless. I wanted to love this but I can’t look past Gregory Pack’s awkward performance dabbling between a charming love interest and a dangerous psychopath at the same time.

  11. ermete polpette's rating of the film Spellbound

    7 con un piccolo elogio particolare alla colonna sonora

  12. iva's rating of the film Spellbound

    Cute but it’s so bad the script was written like Hitchcock was in a rush to play out the geeky Freudian fantasies in his head. That aside, Ingrid Bergman saved this movie (and her husband) but not before being constantly minimized, dismissed, and objectified by her fellow doctors, patients, and her husband as well. Her love is only a vehicle for his self-actualization and little justice was done to her character

  13. belemir's rating of the film Spellbound

  14. Ramona Arsene's rating of the film Spellbound

    'We all know that the mind of woman in love is operating on the lowest level of intellect.'

  15. smndvdcl's rating of the film Spellbound

    An Alberto Cavalcanti inspired dream sequence thought up by Salvador Dali himself. Divine. The Hitchcockian noir is fairly good too.

  16. wiwitaek's rating of the film Spellbound

    I love everything in the movie but it don't makes sense that psychoanalist is so easy. Anyway, I think I'm fond of the dream sequance and its following analistic, so beautifully designed by Salvador Dali

  17. AdrianM.'s rating of the film Spellbound

    + 0,5 for Dali's dream sequence

  18. Maudealan's rating of the film Spellbound

    I love Ingrid Bergman and it's like watchable, but "Hitchcock meets psychoanalysis" is pretty boring

  19. kubrickhallway's rating of the film Spellbound

    I don't know if psychology is a viable science or not, but I think this is a poor film.

  20. Ethan's rating of the film Spellbound

    One of Hitchcock's better psychological thrillers. Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck are amazing in this film.

  21. L'immoralistee's rating of the film Spellbound

  22. Diderot's rating of the film Spellbound

    Minor Hitchcock, but of course the dream sequence is lovely, and Ingrid Bergman is perfect.

  23. RoRoRoro's rating of the film Spellbound

  24. Malcolm Tent's rating of the film Spellbound

    One of the few times I’ve been truly disappointed with one of Hitchcock's films. The only real reason to watch this one is for the Dali dream sequences (which are super cool. So just find them online somewhere.) and Bergman. It wasn’t particularly suspenseful and the script was lame. Also, the misogyny was laid on so thick I couldn’t ignore it this time. 3 stars for Dali.

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