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  1. ammar's rating of the film The Omen

  2. wiwitaek's rating of the film The Omen

    You used to be alright, Gregory Peck. What happened? Did the cat bit your tongue?

  3. Luca Soldati's rating of the film The Omen

    Ottime atmosfere e trama molto accattivante. Bel crescendo di tensione, che crea una bella spirale di terrore. Scene visivamente molto interessanti. Storia ben narrata, anche se svela un po' presto le sue carte. Grande uso delle fotografie dei personaggi.La regia dà un taglio molto particolare alla pellicola, con angolazioni che danno carattere alle inquadrature. Personaggi ben fatti, con un inquietantissimo bambino.

  4. Andrea Rizzo Pinna's rating of the film The Omen

  5. Balthaz21's rating of the film The Omen

  6. msmichel's rating of the film The Omen

    Richard Donner's direction and David Ward's script elevated this pulp horror to something near sublime and provided 70's era scares and big box office. The tale of a young boy who may well be the anti-Christ resonated with the post-Exorcist generation and stands as a strong tale about parenthood, religion and good vs. evil. Well cast with Gregory Peck playing against type and fine turns from Whitelaw and Warner.

  7. Daniela's rating of the film The Omen

    one of the best "my child is the anti-christ" films

  8. Mariana Basílio's rating of the film The Omen

  9. hamsa's rating of the film The Omen

  10. Nick Schwab's rating of the film The Omen

    A mixture of cheesiness and sincere scares. For every staple scene--"It's all for you, Damien!"-- The Omen overplays other ones-- especially when establishing Damien as evil-- thus feeling like a crowd pleaser trying to meet a scare scene quota rather than developing it naturally from story. It's more loud and brash than unnerving and disturbing, much closer to modern mainstream horror than anything during its time.

  11. pirri's rating of the film The Omen

  12. Rafael Fonseca's rating of the film The Omen

    Overrated classic. Ironically,its qualities are far from the devilchild trope-starter that made its nest as a horror subgenre: The Omen excels at being just about that - fear of things to come.Its best parts are the weirdest and less domestic: premonitions in photos,a trip to the zoo,a globetrotting investigation culminating in a fantastic graveyard scene. The hopelessness in the final sequences is icing on the cake.

  13. Ethan's rating of the film The Omen

    As far as movies about demonic kids go this is by far the best. It is one suspenseful ride.

  14. ceknklsn's rating of the film The Omen

  15. letters never sent's rating of the film The Omen

    I have a bad relationship with this film.

  16. Valentin Alexandru's rating of the film The Omen

    finally ''The Evil Dead'' was dethroned

  17. Marco Izner's rating of the film The Omen

    (3.5) Richard Donner: un uomo sottovalutatissimo.

  18. Batraptor's rating of the film The Omen

    This movie isn't particularly scary, but nothing gets me hyped like religious horror, so there you go. Your opinion of the movie is inevitably going to be influenced by what you expect going in: come for the story, try not to leave when they suggest the Antichrist's mother was a jackal. King James can back me up here. It's fascinating, it's fun, someone gets impaled with a lightning rod, go watch it.

  19. Sydney Burdick's rating of the film The Omen

  20. Cependant's rating of the film The Omen

  21. Andrew Miller's rating of the film The Omen

    My favorite thing about this is the photographs. I think a bit of La Jetee-- interesting to think what a sensibility like Marker's could have done with this material?

  22. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film The Omen

  23. Dan's rating of the film The Omen

    A creepy kid and insane nanny will only get you so far.

  24. Duncan Gray's rating of the film The Omen

    HLLWN2015: More iconic than great, pulling textures and elements from Don't Look Now and Rosemary's Baby and making them a bit more pop, kitsch, and safe. But Gregory Peck lends gravitas, the sound design is creepy, and the gothic imagery shows how good lighting goes a long way. I wish it explored themes it touches on: the psychodrama involved, and the suspicion that 1976 looked pretty close to the End Times already.

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