Drama / Mystery / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 92%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 105155


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Alfred Hitchcock as Man Outside Phone Booth
Laurence Olivier as 'Maxim' de Winter
Joan Fontaine as Mrs. de Winter
George Sanders as Jack Favell
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2hr 10 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mmerda_zima 10 / 10

a true masterpiece

It was a true masterpiece. A beautiful piece of art. Hitchcock makes your heart beat fast during almost half of the movie. Hitchcock's movies have a peculiarity. If you see that the beginnings of his movies is good rest assured that by the end of the movie you will be lost for words. He's not only the master of suspense but the master of romance. He makes the world more beautiful and mysterious to me. I wish i could keep this feeling inside a bottle

Reviewed by ericrnolan 8 / 10

A very short review of "Rebecca" (1940)

Scratch one thing off the bucket list - I finally got around to watching Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca." (A cinephilic uncle introduced me to a handful of the director's better known classics when I was an adolescent - "Rebecca" was one that we never got around to.) Based on my own enjoyment of it, I'd rate this film an 8 out of 10.

Please bear in mind that this is one of the slower Hitchcock films. Until its plot accelerates toward its end, it spends much of its running length as a methodically paced, brooding Gothic romance and mystery. It's also a psychological thriller, and you can tell that Hitchcock is working to translate onto the screen its character-focused source novel. (I haven't read Daphne du Maurier's eponymous 1938 book.)

"Rebecca's" final act brings the viewer into familiar Hitchcock territory with some interesting surprises. What I liked best about seeing the director's style, however, was his trademark sharp characters and dialogue - with both heroes and villains sparring in a dry-witted and rapid-fire fashion. It's something you don't often see today. I don't think all old movies are like this - some of the "classics" I've been recommended are absolutely vapid. But Hitchcock treated his viewer as intelligent adults, and I think it's part of the reason why people love him.

Reviewed by huntermcintyre 8 / 10

Rebecca review

I really enjoyed this film like I usually enjoy Hitchcock films. This one is a bit different however. His suspense element is still here but the films true highlight is its directing. This films directing is truly special and Hitchcock really uses the camera to get every reaction and emotion out of the actors. Speaking of the actors they really do Hitchcock's directing a favor because each of these actor play their rolls excellently. This film is a little bit different from normal Hitchcock films but it is very good and I really enjoyed watching it.

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