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BrianSez's Review

Created Mar 23, 2008 08:18PM PST • Edited Mar 23, 2008 08:18PM PST

  1. Quality
  2. Very Good 3.5

    This movie is indeed the hallmark it is supposed to be. No matter that it was produced in the 50’s, the story works: kids in families with issues often end up with issues themselves. James Dean “Jimmy’s” weak father and naggy mother, Natalie Wood “Judy’s” shame spreading parents, to Sal Mineo “Plato’s” neglecting folks – this movie definitely pins the blame on the adults. Well, except for the empathetic and understanding cop that eventually reaches Jimmy. There is a lot of symbolism in the different scenes and undertones that were surely muted simply because this was shot in the 50’s. I would recommend this movie to those who like to read-between-the lines of what they are seeing, because there is a lot to think about. However, if you just want to be entertained, this movie won’t disappoint either.

  3. Great 4.0
  4. Male Stars Great 4.0
  5. Female Stars Great 4.0
  6. Female Costars Great 4.0
  7. Male Costars Great 4.0
  8. Very Good 3.5
  9. Direction Very Good 3.5
  10. Play Very Good 3.5
  11. Music Very Good 3.5
  12. Visuals Very Good 3.5
  13. Content
  14. Risqué 1.7
  15. Sex Titillating 1.7
  16. Violence Fierce 1.7
  17. Rudeness Salty 1.7
  18. Glib 2.0
  19. Circumstantial Glib 2.0
  20. Biological Glib 2.0
  21. Physical Glib 2.0


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