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1001 Club - High Noon (1952)
#260. High Noon (1952)
Why It's In The Book: "Fred Zinneman’s film is at once a great suspense Western and a stark allegory of the climate of fear and suspicion prevailing during the McCarthy era." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Michaël Parent - 10/10
"Fred Zinnemann’s film is a beautiful black and white Western that launched the revisionist Westerns with a more social oriented approach than the traditional paternal Westerns of John Wayne."
Alyson - 9/10
"High Noon is described as 'a western for people who don’t like westerns.' That’s pretty accurate considering I loved it."
Movie Guy Steve - 9/10
"There is no reason not to watch this film."
Adolytsi - 8/10
"This is different from most westerns; it is a thoughtful, brooding film, concerned with the complicated interactions of people rather than the spectacle of the scenery or the macho ruggedness of its main characters."
Chip - 8/10
"In 1952 McCarthyism was in full swing. The House Un-American Committee had had many people in Hollywood blacklisted for either real or imagined Communist ties. Some in Hollywood felt that those who supported McCarthy were deserting their friends in their time of need. They decided to put that metaphor into a movie and made High Noon."
Nicolas Krizan - 8/10
"sparse and tense morality measuring the conflict between stubborn individual and sheepish collective"
Siochembio - 8/10
"For a western made in the fifties, there’s a profound cynicism in High Noon that a modern audience can connect with."
Squish - 8/10
"High Noon isn’t a bad movie by any stretch, but when people ask me to name the Top Five Best Westerns, I unfortunately cannot name High Noon among them..."