• sschuster

    ★★★★★ Added by sschuster

    Dean and Ray. That's all you need to know to watch this, if you haven't.


  • Mike P

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Mike P 19 Aug, 2014

    At the Griffith Observatory there is a bust of James Dean with a melting face--complete with eyes so squinty and hollow they'll haunt your dreams--that I believed to be a gross misremembering of his climatic moments in this film.
    I was wrong.


  • Noronen

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Noronen 24 May, 2014

    All of this works. It should not.

    Sticks and stones, Jim. Sticks and stones...


  • Peter deGraft-Johnson

    ★★★★★ Added by Peter deGraft-Johnson

    **Originally posted at Screenjabber.com - dft.ba/-9u1L **

    Rebel Without A Cause is the beginning of the petulant, rounded but empathetic and truly cinematic teenager. With more than 50 years of stellar reviews and deep analysis from all angles, there's not a left to be said about Rebel Without A Cause, save from that it's a perennial cult classic.

    The iconic white shirted, red jacketed, blue jeaned Dean plays the troubled adolescent Jim Stark as he moves into a new neighbourhood…


  • Samira Ahmed

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Samira Ahmed 18 Apr, 2014 2

    Been 18 years since I last saw this on the big screen and I can't get over how it never loses its power. Stunningly composed - especially the strange angles on the stairs in Dean's home, and the climax at the Observatory. According to the BFI's programme notes, the washed out colour is a fault of the poor Warner Colour process, but it somehow captures the dusty bleached atmosphere of Griffith Park and LA. And given they had to dye the jeans black to make them look blue, I wonder what colour Dean's popping red jacket really was.


  • AlkisGrigoriou

    ★★★★★ Added by AlkisGrigoriou

    "Μακάρι να είχα μια μέρα που να μην ένιωθα μπερδεμένος...
    Και να μην ένιωθα ντροπή για όλα...
    Αν ένιωθα ότι ανήκω κάπου...Τότε θα..

    - "Τζιμ, θα μου κάνεις μια χάρη;
    Αν αρχίζεις πάλι να βράζεις, θα έρθεις να με δεις πριν μπλέξεις;
    Αν θέλεις απλώς να μιλήσεις, έλα να ξεσπάσεις σε εμένα.
    Είναι πιο εύκολο από το να μιλάς στους γονείς σου.
    Οτι ώρα και να 'ναι, νύχτα ή μέρα.

    Κάπως έτσι ξεκινάει η ταινία, σε ένα τοπικό Αστυνομικό Τμήμα,…


  • Josh Rosenfield

    ★★★★★ Watched by Josh Rosenfield 03 Mar, 2014

    Spoiler: The "cause" is existential dread.


  • Patrick Campbell

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Patrick Campbell 31 Jan, 2014

    "I don't know what to do anymore. Except maybe die."

    Few actors have left their mark in such a short span of time as James Dean has. In the span of five years, a few supporting roles, and three starring roles, Dean became an icon, and a legend within the industry. Sadly, his greatest role, and the one he'd always be remembered for, would be one of his last. Just a month before the premiere of 'Rebel Without a Cause',…


  • Matt Mansfield

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Matt Mansfield 16 Jan, 2014

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.


  • Alex Hunter

    ★★★★★ Watched by Alex Hunter 08 Jan, 2014

    Completely knocked me off my feet. It just keeps getting better, and better, and better.

    I can't wait to watch this movie again, and again, and again.


  • BrandtSohn

    ★★★★★ Added by BrandtSohn

    A suspenseful tale with a gut-wrenching ending. James Dean is absolutely riveting as Jim Stark, a complex character with mixed feelings on who he wants to be. The first film to really touch on juvenile delinquency also happens to be one of the most honest.


  • Travis Williams

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Travis Williams 23 Nov, 2013

    A classic milestone for film. This marked a turning point of how young people were portrayed in film. James Dean is great and shows that he would've went on to do great things had he not died too young. This film was very important to me because it showed me that "old" movies could be great as well. It caused me to dig deeper into the cinematic past and helped me discover countless gems that are decades old, that have become important films in my life.