The Grapes of Wrath Reviews

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July 29, 2004
Like a grand Biblical epic, John Ford's film is a triumph on both the political and personal levels.
June 22, 2004
June 6, 2004
Ford delivers Steinbeck's message intact.
May 19, 2004
Director John Ford keeps the action moving while using strikingly poignant images and staying true to the novel's political message.
May 13, 2004
A perpetual elegy
May 4, 2004
Despite an occasional excess of sentiment and politics that are sometimes naive, 'Wrath' remains essential viewing...
April 26, 2004
As if Ford had actually photographed the human spirit.
April 16, 2004
April 14, 2004
April 13, 2004
April 7, 2004
Like To Kill a Mockingbird, [it's] one of those rare motion pictures that perfectly captures the essence of its source material without compromising it in any way.
March 28, 2004
...one of the most powerful films Hollywood ever made, and just as moving today as it was all those years ago.
March 27, 2004
The Grapes of Wrath, whether in novel or movie form, remains a shockingly potent work of social criticism to this day.
January 30, 2004
A superb film.
January 12, 2004
John Ford transforma a trajetria da famlia Joad em um poderoso manifesto poltico que, mais de 60 anos depois, mantm-se tragicamente atual.
July 29, 2003
July 21, 2003
June 16, 2003
A solid and moving adaptation of the Steinbeck novel.
May 20, 2003
The Grapes of Wrath is just about as good as any picture has a right to be; if it were any better, we just wouldn't believe our eyes.
April 14, 2002
The Grapes of Wrath was often named the greatest American film, until it was dethroned by the re-release of Citizen Kane.
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