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...And God Created Woman Reviews

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AJ V

Super Reviewer

September 5, 2010
This movie was really cool, it's sort of like a sexier more modern version of Taming of the Shrew.
Cindy I

Super Reviewer

May 23, 2007
Ok flick, pretty racy, especially for its time. Brigitte Bardot is gorgeous as the free-spirited woman that all the men lust for, One thing particularly stuck with me though, that takes away from my rating. One man just aches to get it one with Brigitte. She gives in to him because she's in love with him. They have their good time, then he immediately starts barking at her about what a digusting tramp she is and how no decent man will ever have her. This has bugged me ever since I first saw the film. Is this what men thought of sexually-free women in the 50s? If she is such trash, what does it say about him that he slept with her?
Michael G

Super Reviewer

October 30, 2006
As I can recall, looking at Bardot was the only reason to see it.
Harlequin68
Harlequin68

Super Reviewer

April 25, 2014
In "...And God Created Woman," Eric Carradine(Curd Jurgens) wants to build a waterfront casino in the south of France. And would, except for the fact that Antoine Tardieu(Christian Marquand) will not sell him the family shipbuilding business. What the two men have in common is Juliette(Brigitte Bardot), an 18-year old orphan who flirts with both of them. That and the nude sunbathing get her foster parents to send her back to the orphanage until she is 21. So, she pulls a runner before having second thoughts. That gives the guys enough time to consider her options which come down to either adoption or marriage...

The once shocking "...And God Created Woman" might seem tame by today's standards but is still risque enough to merit interest, especially in the movie's climactic nightclub scene. On the other hand, its message about society not knowing what to do with sexual women still resonates, as does the insight that the more restictive a society, the worse men will act. Even as the story is inconsistent, wavering between comedy and melodrama, there is still Brigitte Bardot who makes a great entrance. While it takes 30 minutes for anybody to notice Jean-Louis Trintignant, don't worry as he is only getting started.
Tom S

Super Reviewer

July 9, 2008
Bardot is something, and the final sequence was interesting, but this movie doesn't really say much for women.
April 2, 2014
The alluring visage of Brigitte Bardot, the free-spirited lady protagonist of ...And God Created Women, is enough to make the film thoroughly engaging.

Unfortunately, what should have been a total smash of a film is reigned in through the baggage of 2014 eyes. No longer are the views of women presented here something acceptable. And the casual way the film advocates these archaic views makes it all the more offensive. I guess there was a time when a casual women would be called all sorts of nasty words by men, and I guess it was expected that a woman's husband would sometimes need to get physical with her to "keep her in line", and perhaps seen through the shades of 1956 expectations, none of these things would feel out of line for the era.

But with it no longer being 1956 it's hard to just sit back and enjoy a film that so blatantly reinforces such a mindset. There is a film within ...And God Created Women. There is even a great film there. But it is couched in so much contempt that to modern eyes the whole thing gets stained.
jjb3332003
March 29, 2009
Not a bad movie. The plot is good, though somewhat drawn out more than necessary. Brigitte Bardot plays a great femme fatale and, the thing I love about her the most - her love for animals - stands out here as well. Two of the worst fight scenes I've ever witnessed definitely detract from the drama. The ending was abrupt and completely unsatisfactory, especially since the lead-up to it had promise.
jomcne01
December 26, 2007
Ooh, titillating- in 1957, to those who hadn't been laid very often. Removed from its conservative era-of-origin- when there were really more successful transgressive films than there are today, and foreign ones at that- this is just a well-shot USA Up-All-Night movie without any breasts to blur. There isn't much to say for Bardot's star power, which was really just a function of how much skin she would show at any given time. She is, however, a much better actress than her reputation would suggest; she makes her character's implausible coquettishness seem spontaneous and human. This is also the film that announced to the world the presence of Roger Vadim, the smut wizard of the Old World, who would, a decade later, grant unto the world Barbarella.
Morris N

Super Reviewer

May 31, 2007
I'm amazed this movie gets so much discussion. It's mediocre. Bardot is lovely, sure, but the movie is barely adequate.
MovieGuruDude72
May 24, 2007
At the time was taboo and risque, but today is just a run-of-the mill sex romp.Bardot is an iconic beauty.
July 12, 2014
It's hard not to fall in love with this movie. The images of sun soaked St. Tropez, Bardot beauty, unmistakable 50's climate and the absolutely fabulous french chic all contribute to this stylish and entertaining piece.
Harlequin68
Harlequin68

Super Reviewer

April 25, 2014
In "...And God Created Woman," Eric Carradine(Curd Jurgens) wants to build a waterfront casino in the south of France. And would, except for the fact that Antoine Tardieu(Christian Marquand) will not sell him the family shipbuilding business. What the two men have in common is Juliette(Brigitte Bardot), an 18-year old orphan who flirts with both of them. That and the nude sunbathing get her foster parents to send her back to the orphanage until she is 21. So, she pulls a runner before having second thoughts. That gives the guys enough time to consider her options which come down to either adoption or marriage...

The once shocking "...And God Created Woman" might seem tame by today's standards but is still risque enough to merit interest, especially in the movie's climactic nightclub scene. On the other hand, its message about society not knowing what to do with sexual women still resonates, as does the insight that the more restictive a society, the worse men will act. Even as the story is inconsistent, wavering between comedy and melodrama, there is still Brigitte Bardot who makes a great entrance. While it takes 30 minutes for anybody to notice Jean-Louis Trintignant, don't worry as he is only getting started.
April 24, 2014
Bardot is extremely sexy and annoying at the same time
March 8, 2014
Embora soe bastante raso em parte considerável do tempo, ilustra com certo brilho a ansiedade/desconforto de uma alma feminina ardente e sedenta de liberdade, que enfrenta, naturalmente, as convenções e modelos arcaicos de uma sociedade ainda em transição (que não a aceita talvez por não compreendê-la de fato). Mas claro, todo o glamour e energia desse "...E Deus Criou a Mulher" deve-se exclusivamente à força e sensualidade gritantes da bela Brigitte Bardot (sua dança final contagia até o maior dos puritanos).
June 7, 2012
BB is much more than a sex kitten!
March 7, 2012
Artistically important in the grand scheme of cinema and 1950s stifling censorious nature. It's basically B-movie super-director/producer who places his wife of the time up on the screen and shows us how beautiful she is. And yes, Vadim had great taste in women. Brigitte Bardot is so hot and stacked and goddamn those commie censor fucks for not allowing us to see any frank nudity here, but it did push the staid standards of the day when it came out for it's daring (but now very tame) sexuality and flesh and somewhere there is a story and a plot told that is melodramatic and involves three men all related to each other in one way or another who try to sack Bardot. Visually appealing but ultimately a dated and slightly boring piece unless you don't mind staring at Bardot's body (even if it is clothed for most of it) for the entire 90 or so minutes.
November 18, 2011
This is not a great movie technically speaking. It's more a vehicle for the mesmerizing Brigitte Bardot, and woman of such beauty and sensuality that she takes your breath away. The rest of the film is just window dressing.
Pizza the Hutt
June 25, 2009
"Whenever you look at her, you appear less intelligent."
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