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Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies

Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into an apartment in an opulent but gothic building in Manhattan. Their landlord Edward “Hutch” Hutchins attempts to dissuade them from doing so: the building has an unsavory history. They discover that their neighbors are a very friendly elderly couple named Roman and Minnie Castevet, and Guy begins to spend a great deal of time with them. Strange things begin to happen: a young woman Rosemary meets in the laundry commits suicide, Rosemary has strange dreams and hears strange noises and Guy becomes remote and distant. Then Rosemary falls pregnant and begins to suspect that her neighbors have special plans for her child.
Plot: A young couple, Rosemary and Guy, moves into an infamous New York apartment building, known by frightening legends and mysterious events, with the purpose of starting a family.
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A Landmark Horror film
“Rosemary’s Baby” is one of the best horror films ever made. This isn’t because it’s going to scare the pants off you with a series of sensational jolts. This isn’t the shallow, gimmicky kind of horror movie we mostly get these days, and it isn’t the traditional old-fashioned horror film of an earlier era. This is a movie that came out during a period of transition in Hollywood. The old production codes were breaking down and films could suddenly be more true to life in the way they showed how people really lived, acted and talked. 1968s “Rosemary’s Baby” is a more sophisticated, less elegant thriller of the kind that Alfred Hitchcock patented, but it displays much more class and intelligence than the horror movies that would come out in its wake. Popular ’70s films such as “The Exorcist” and “The Omen” are the prodigy of “Rosemary’s Baby,” but offer far less nuance and much greater vulgarity. What we get here is a more naturalistic depiction of modern life, but without the crassness that would soon explode into American cinema.

Most of the credit for what makes “Rosemary’s Baby” such a successful film goes to Roman Polanski. Polanski is a master at conveying to an audience not just a sense of the uncanny but a vivid depiction of it. His earlier films like “Knife in the Water,” “Repulsion” and “Dance of the Vampires,” display the talents that would come to such a controlled mastery in “Rosemary’s Baby.”

Polanski very faithfully adapts Ira Levin’s novel to the screen so that the viewer is, just as the reader was, free to interpret the eerie events of the story as either reality or a depiction of an isolated woman’s decent into madness. At the same time the picture can be taken as a black joke on the human male’s fears of the changes a woman goes through during pregnancy, both physically and emotionally. But Polanski seems most interested in presenting a normal world, in this case Manhattan in the mid 1960s, and then through subtle cinematic techniques get an audience to actually believe that the hysterical, fantastic ravings of the heroine could be true. It is this tour de force exercise in suspension of disbelief that makes the film a classic. The horror films that have come since have had to ratchet up the shock effects in order to thrill more desensitized audiences, but this deliberately paced film reminds us of how much better it is to leave things to the imagination of the viewer. That is where films really come alive and remain so.

The Paramount DVD presents an excellent print of the movie that looks as if it were shot yesterday, along with extras that include new interviews with Polanski, executive producer Bob Evans and production designer Richard Sylbert, and a featurette from the time of the film’s original release that really works as a good time capsule.

Review By: haristas Rating: 10 Date: 2002-11-01
the best supernatural movie ever made?
I’m not sure about that but Rosemary’s baby has got to be one of the best, if not the best, psychological supernatural thrillers ever made. The real test of a good movie(or one of them) is can it hold up to multiple viewings? In this case-oh yes.

I cannot even count how many times I have seen this. A good-really good-“scary movie” must have more then the ability to merely scare, it must have the ability to haunt. Rosemary’s baby is a movie where certain scenes become etched in memory. Movie as good as book which is almost a non existent thing.

This is not a slow moving picture at all or at least I don’t see it as one. What this movie does, as does another Levin creation, Stepford wives, is lure you in. There maybe moments that are not scary but as it goes on and you keep watching you start to get more and more creeped out-the atmosphere is what does it-even if someone were tuning in and didn’t know this story already-the creepy feeling that something’s very wrong is still there strongly from the beginning, strengthening in tone as you get deeper into the picture until by the end and the final few scenes your blown away.This is definitely more subtley and atmospherically creepy then a “boo” in your face scare fest like “scream”. It is the type of movie you very rarely see anymore.

If anyone, by chance has NOT seen it they are missing someone-I don’t recall seeing this in the IMDb top 250-while I’m not sure I’d put it in my top 10, I still think this maybe should be there, in IMDb’S top 250, it’s been an influence on so many other movies and so few movies have been able to follow the movie’s lead in the same well done way.

Review By: triple8 Rating: 10 Date: 2004-04-29

Other Information:

Original Title Rosemary’s Baby
Release Date 1968-06-12
Release Year 1968

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 17 min (137 min)
Budget 3200000
Revenue 33395426
Status Released
Rated Approved
Genre Drama, Horror
Director Roman Polanski
Writer Ira Levin (from the novel by), Roman Polanski (written for the screen)
Actors Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer
Country USA
Awards Won 1 Oscar. Another 10 wins & 12 nominations.
Production Company Paramount Pictures
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Eastman 50T 5251)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies
Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies
Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies
Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies
Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies
Rosemary’s Baby 1968 123movies
Original title Rosemary's Baby
TMDb Rating 7.8 2,668 votes

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