Gilda
Gilda (1946)

In this film noir, Rita Hayworth stars as the sexy wife of crippled casino owner George Macready. She is also the former love of gambler Glenn Ford, who takes a job in Macready's Buenos Aires casino. Macready goes out of his way to… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: November 7, 2000
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Critic Score: 96% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Trevor Johnston
Time Out

One of the great films noirs, softened just a little by the moralising censorship strictures of the time. See it.

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Allan Hunter
Daily Express

No wonder we all feel nostalgic for the past.

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Tony Sloman
Radio Times

If you've never seen it, it's about time.

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Philip French
Observer [UK]

A wonderfully perverse noir classic...

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Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

A real 1940s Hollywood treat.

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Philip Kemp
Total Film

"There never was a woman like Gilda!" drooled the posters - and no, there probably wasn't.

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Charlotte O'Sullivan
This is London

Cast and crew spin a twilight magic.

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Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph

Examples of film noir don't come much headier or more perverse than Charles Vidor's sultry little number...

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Sean Axmaker
Parallax View

[Rita] Hayworth's sudden yet glorious entrance is pure Hollywood starmaking...

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Flixster Audience Score: 89% Flixster User Reviews
Bob Stinson
"This is the part I really like, when she does that shit with her hair." Red - Shawshank Redemption
Matheus Carvalho
The camera was in love with Rita Hayworth and she made sure we noticed it. One of the best noirs out there with probably the most strange case of a mčnage a… More
Carlos Magalhăes
It is easy to just enjoy the gorgeous sight of Rita Hayworth exhaling beauty and sensuality, but let's not overlook how stupid, implausible and misogynist… More
AJ Verser
Gilda stirs up trouble between two men who love her. An interesting, but slightly unoriginal.
Reid Volk
Post-war greed, tempting women, and dark souls collide in the seductive Gilda. In a world ablaze in celebration, director Charles Vidor suggests that even amid… More
Jennifer D
I'm not sure what it was, but I was just NOT captured by the story at all. I was just kinda bored and followed along, but was not captivated by the story… More