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Ratings & Reviews

  1. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Definitivamente, buena película, pero también muy prejuiciosa (ese final de mujeres abnegadas y la identidad rústica desplazada). Stanwyck es la mujer "aunque se vista de seda...", campechana, ciertamente, algo una madre poco tradicional, pero, a fin de cuentas, una madre, que de pronto se verá enfrentada a un estilo de vida que la hija abraza. No se trata aquí de mejores oportunidades, sino de "mejor" estilo de vida

  2. olivia's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Almost perfect melodrama, close to being on par with Sirk's Imitation of Life and Mildred Pierce. Barbara is everything.

  3. Chris DeFalco's rating of the film Stella Dallas

  4. Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Wasn't sold until that scene between Stanwyck and O'Neil near the end of the film, that selfless and tragic act...my heart.

  5. Knights of Odessa's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    2.5 Father and his lover are too nice people. Rich guys never be like this.

  6. Aardsy's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Gossiping women are the worse.

  7. adam's rating of the film Stella Dallas

  8. NICOLE86's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    stanwyck delivers one of the best performances in classic film history... It really confuses me why she lost out to Luise Rainer's soggy (and racist) performance in The Good Earth

  9. tidal waif's rating of the film Stella Dallas

  10. mauries's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    For some reason I was expecting a clear message, but all I got was some messy lives.

  11. Nancarrow's rating of the film Stella Dallas

  12. petit astronaute's rating of the film Stella Dallas

  13. El Biffo's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    omg this movie breaks my heart

  14. bernardovazdecastro's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    It's far for being one of the best Vidor's work, still is a magnificent film and he completely broke my heart. Just a few women I could compare to Barbara Stanwyck (All that heaven allows, Imitation of Life, Mamma Roma, Mater Dolorosa or Mildred Pierce are rare exception), still is hard to find a more beautiful film about motherhood.

  15. Howard Fritzson's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    One of Stanwyck's great performances. Very few can match her. Contemporary actresses intellectualize (sometimes brilliantly) but Stanwyck just lives it. I think her closest modern equivalent is Debra Winger, who isn't so modern anymore. Maybe Jennifer Lawrence, a bit?

  16. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Stella Dallas

    One of Barbara Stanwyck's best performances. Masterpiece.

  17. souslesoleil's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Interesting in anthropological and social terms, though I didn't feel the lead female character was very strong at all. The crescendo building up at the beginning of the film, with Stella dreaming outside of her bounds, only led to show her superficial nature right until the end. But the developing mother-daughter relationship is really beautiful to watch, particularly the lesson on self-sacrifice.

  18. raggiodisole's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Common people, know your place! Rich people, teach your kids to talk nicely about people! Above par melodrama

  19. alimcintyre's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Classic early Hollywood weepy, not the normal thing I would watch. Even the skies wept at the end. Pass the Kleenex.

  20. tintinmugshot's rating of the film Stella Dallas

  21. Sophie Reason's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    I found it surprisingly moving at times.

  22. Norah R's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    "Let me see her face when he kisses her, please"

  23. Natty's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    Stanwyck was so great in this :(

  24. T.h. Marvelsteins's rating of the film Stella Dallas

    First rate melodrama underpinned by a wry critique of the idle rich and their conventions. A heartbreaking tale of wisdom painfully won by a social climber at odds with the confining and contradictory rules of the elite. Despite all the trappings of excess, less indeed seems to be more in this world. In stark contrast, Stella conspicuously bubbles over with elan, life and love for her daughter. Stanwyck is stunning.

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