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1001 Club - Gilda (1946)
#201. Gilda (1946)
Why It's In The Book: "Ford and Hayworth, limited but engaging and photogenic actors, have definitive performances drawn out of them like teeth, and Macready has the time of his life as the complex villain. As the poster claims, 'there never was a woman like Gilda!'" -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Siochembio - 10/10
"Gilda is not stupid enough to take [his mistreatment]. She’s a smart girl, and when treated badly, she’ll treat them badly right back."
Adolytsi - 9/10
"The dynamic between all the characters is what’s mostly on display here; between Gilda and Johnny, Johnny and Ballin, even Johnny and the washroom attendant, they all have a dynamic that evolves and shifts and holds a character arc through the entire picture."
Squish - 9/10
"...if some evil alien had come down, pointed a phaser at my head and said, '...What is the most... definitive Film Noir? - and don’t give me any Zeethlecrap,' I might have been hard-pressed to give a quick answer. Today though, my instant, confident answer would be 'Gilda, you hideous freak.'"
Michaël Parent - 9/10
"With this role, Hayworth will become the ultimate model of the femme fatale that makes all those other film noirs gals pale comparisons."
Movie Guy Steve - 9/10
"Gilda is flawed, but flawed beautifully."
Nicolas Krizan - 8/10
"One of the most gorgeous femme fatales of film history"
TSorensen - 8/10
"It is difficult for me to have a problem with Rita Hayworth. She does her best to be a beauty to die for"
Kim Wilson - 7.5/10
"Director Charles Vidor’s film noir, Gilda (1946), is full of sexual angst and self-loathing. It is also not your typical noir."