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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film The Immigrant

  2. Francisca's rating of the film The Immigrant

  3. misu's rating of the film The Immigrant

  4. Duarte Ferreira's rating of the film The Immigrant

    Richly wrought out of the finest melodrama silk, James Gray's The Immigrant breathes and shines with a sense of complete and all encompassing realism, be it in the exquisite, almost palpable and luxurious mise-en-scène, or in the emotional core of the narrative, comprised by a script that, while at times feeling a tad tame or too restrained, brings to the surface an enveloping tale of regret and personal betterment.

  5. RisuSardonicus's rating of the film The Immigrant

    Oh that final shot with the mirror and the window. I really think James Gray is the most underappreciated director of his generation.

  6. Enrico Benarivo's rating of the film The Immigrant

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  8. Victória Célia's rating of the film The Immigrant

  9. xiaoyue's rating of the film The Immigrant

    that ending shot is everything everyone said it is, and I will never not be charmed by marion cotillard. this film is ranging on the inconsistent side of melodrama but states its complexity without having to prove it. love is something to be afraid of.

  10. aureliome's rating of the film The Immigrant

    Bella regia, storia carina, film scorrevole.

  11. VinceCi's rating of the film The Immigrant

  12. Quattro's rating of the film The Immigrant

    Great piece of Cinema. It captures a style in telling stories that I guess we're losing over the years: can't tell if it's a good or a bad thing, but it was really nice to rediscover that taste in such a well-crafted film. (One thing I didn't like was some pretty evident chroma keying, that didn't fit at all with the otherwise classy mise-en-scène.) And Cotillard really is a star, impossibly beautiful and talented.

  13. mau's rating of the film The Immigrant

    outstanding cinematography great actors performances. cotillard, exspecially.

  14. Pango's rating of the film The Immigrant

    I was already mind-blown by seeing French Marion Cotillard speaking in Shakespearian Scottish in Macbeth. Here another performance that require so much work and she nails it perfectly. She is without a doubt one of the most versatile talents of our time.

  15. paul_quixote's rating of the film The Immigrant

    The constant zig zag between complete foreboding and then theatrical flourishes that have an almost magical realist energy is incredibly engaging. Everything that's here, I love, and it's visually breathtaking in a wonderfully understated way. Still, I wish this had a bit more room to breathe, a bit more connective tissue, a bit more characterization, a bit more everything. Falls just short of being a masterpiece.

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  18. mootz15's rating of the film The Immigrant

    The Immigrant suceeds rather well at revealing the imagined self-immolation as well as the genuine humiliations of the archetypal pennyless immigrant even though in the end it degenerates into sub-operatic melodrama.

  19. João Martins's rating of the film The Immigrant

    Like a lot of his films, one more time this one proves that James Gray is one of the greatest contemporary American directors. Recovering the story of an immigrant and a tough love, Gray manages to be incisive and mirror the characteristics of American cinema in the images, in the plot and in the ending of a good film.

  20. Friday Malone's rating of the film The Immigrant

    Talk about economy of cinematic language! This film feels like it is plucked right from the days of Murnau, Vidor, and Stroheim. Even if its[beautifully scripted] dialogue was stripped away, this would still be a moving, cohesive melodrama. Pure cinema!

  21. Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film The Immigrant

    Gray's films with co-screenwriter Richard Menello aren't as strong, lacking in dramatic power until the great climax and final shot. Like their Two Lovers, it's an unmemorable and emotionally indifferent buildup to an inevitable but finally effectively emotional and dramatically rich conclusion. Before it’s too clinical and reserved to arouse and emote. Characters don’t undergo much change or development, either.

  22. Luca Di Gianni's rating of the film The Immigrant

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  24. C's rating of the film The Immigrant

    frustrating; hate it, like a lot of it, (has it been noted that Gray cribs one of the best shots in the movie from a movie Cotillard was in with a similar plot called Chloe?)

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