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1001 Movie Club - Gaslight (1944)
#179. Gaslight (1944)
Why It's In The Book: "George Cukor's Hollywood version of an earlier British gothic romance is heavy on threatening atmosphere, with a spine-chilling thriller plot… While Gaslight's plot is somewhat thin, Cukor draws fine performances from an ensemble cast, including newcomer Angela Lansbury as a saucy servant… With its evocation of persecution and paranoia, Gaslight makes an elegant period-piece companion to the film noir series then featured by Hollywood." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Alyson - 9/10
"It would drive anyone crazy and Bergman brings that idea out flawlessly."
Adolytsi - 8/10
"If you’re into mental dramatics, this will sate your appetite quite thoroughly."
Kim Wilson - 8/10
"Overall, Ingrid Bergman’s strong performance and the engaging script are the main reasons I enjoyed Gaslight."
Oilar - 8/10
"The true magic of Gaslight comes from 2 performances in particular. Ingrid Bergman masterfully spirals into a psychological frenzy as the movie progresses. She is not outmatched in her performance by the young Angela Lansbury making a triumphant debut. The film, while at times weighed down by Charles Boyer's thick accent, is alluring and captivating thanks to the splendor of the leading ladies - both giving perhaps their most stirring performances."
Sunny D - 8/10
"Ingrid Bergman is the main reason to see the movie. Because, in many ways, she's what elevates the whole thing above the level of simplistic and hyperbolic melodrama, which might seem like an odd thing to assert considering how much of the movie she spends emoting gigantically as a woman on the verge of losing her mind, but go with me on this."
Movie Guy Steve - 7/10
"Imagine my surprise when I found myself actually personally involved in how the film played out."
Nicholas Krizan - 7/10
"Not much is really new here, but the result is a very engaging movie nevertheless."
Siochembio - 6/10
"I love a good psychological thriller, but this is a bit too pie-in-the-face for me."
Squish - 6/10
"though generally entertaining and moody, Gaslight is the sort of film that will appeal more to the completist who wants to see Bergman and Joseph Cotten in another role, the near-Noir costume-drama lover and the film historian who wants to see a rather striking Angela Lansbury in her first movie role."