Lifeboat 1944

Lifeboat (1944)

Evaluation: 7.5 (Votes: 198)

Movie Drama, Thriller "Lifeboat" Torrent is rated with 7.5 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 198 ratings by critics. Film is released in 1944-01-11 by 20th Century Fox, . The main stars are Hume Cronyn, Walter Slezak, Henry Hull, William Bendix, Canada Lee, John Hodiak, Tallulah Bankhead, Mary Anderson, Heather Angel, . The length of the whole piece is 96 minutes.

Original title: Lifeboat
Slogan: Six men and three women - against the sea, and each other!
Genres: Drama, Thriller
Release date 1944-01-11
Duration: 96 Min
Country: United States of America
State: Released
Budget: 1590000

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Critic Reviews

Dave Kehr

MetaScore: 60 Autor: Dave Kehr

The drama is developed without recourse to flashbacks or cutaways, and it is done cleverly and stylishly, though it lacks Hitchcock's usual depth. At times, the film seems on the verge of rising above its frankly propagandistic intentions, but it never really confronts the Darwinian themes built into the material.

Todd Gilchrist

MetaScore: 80

Where its successors might interpret or imitate its achievement of making a movie set in a confined space, Hitchcock evokes more important questions - many of them without answers - from his cross-section of characters, and creates an impressive and remarkably prescient perspective on our relationship with the world around us.

Dan Callahan

MetaScore: 100

Lifeboat is actually much more complicated than it first appears. Its emphasis on moral debates in dialogue can seem a little dry, but Hitchcock’s shifting sympathies guarantee our guilty involvement with the characters until he builds to a climax of intellectual and spiritual excitation.

Staff (Not Credited)

MetaScore: 100

The entire cast is superb, but the standouts are Bankhead, as the spoiled, wealthy dilettante writer whose expensive furs and jewelry are worth more to her than the lives of her fellow survivors, and Bendix, as the compassionate but not-too-bright stoker whose gangrenous leg poses a threat to his dreams of returning home to dance with his sweetheart.

Josh Larsen

MetaScore: 75 Autor: Josh Larsen

This is one of [Hitchcock's] significant works, accented by wickedly effective insert shots and a handful of strong performances.

Bosley Crowther

MetaScore: 90 Autor: Bosley Crowther

That old master of screen melodrama, Alfred Hitchcock, and Writer John Steinbeck have combined their distinctive talents in a tremendously provocative film—indeed, a surprisingly unique one—titled Lifeboat.

Keith Phipps

MetaScore: 83 Autor: Keith Phipps

The roots of reality TV can be found here, but unlike most reality TV, Hitchcock shows a genuine (though characteristically distant) interest in people.

Angie Errigo

MetaScore: 80 Autor: Angie Errigo

Along with the psychological intrigue there is romance and wit. And fans will enjoy Hitch's most amusing trademark cameo: photographed as before and after silhouettes in a newspaper ad for diet product Reduco.

Staff (Not Credited)

MetaScore: 90

Hitchcock pilots the piece skillfully, ingeniously developing suspense and action. Despite that it’s a slow starter, the picture, from the beginning, leaves a strong impact and, before too long, develops into the type of suspenseful product with which Hitchcock has always been identified.

Staff (Not Credited)

MetaScore: 70

The script, started by Steinbeck and finished by Hitchcock, appears too calculated. It's worth seeing, though, for Hitchcock's handling of actors in a confined setting, which incidentally introduces an elusive sense of size, a perspective that is heightened by much of the film being shot in close or semi-close-up.