Niagara

1953

Film-Noir / Thriller

7
IMDb Rating 7.1

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blanche-2 7

Beauty abounds in &quot;Niagara,&quot; a 1953 film starring Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotten, and Jean Peters. There&#39;s the beauty and power of Niagara Falls, spectacularly displayed throughout the movie, and the beauty of Marilyn Monroe, who is gorgeous in Technicolor. Monroe is the unhappy wife of the unstable George Loomis, played by an appropriately seedy Joseph Cotten. It&#39;s not clear whether or not Marilyn drove him to his present state, but he&#39;s wound pretty tight. Monroe and her lover plan George&#39;s demise via the falls. Jean Peters and Max Showalter are a vacationing couple who become more involved than they want to, Peters bearing the acting burden of the film. The casting is great (although the Peters role originally was supposed to go to Anne Baxter). Peters&#39; wholesome prettiness is in sharp contrast to Monroe&#39;s va-va-va-voom.<br/><br/>Having grown up near the Falls, it was both interesting and enjoyable to see them featured. And, as we all know who&#39;ve been there, the Canadian side, where this movie was filmed, is far more beautiful. Given today&#39;s security problems, I loved the scene where Monroe intended to walk across to the American side to avoid being questioned while in a car.<br/><br/>I&#39;ve seen candid photos of Marilyn Monroe taken around the time of filming, and she was surely at the peak of her beauty and sensuality. Though I&#39;ve always felt her very careful enunciation detracted from her dramatic acting, she&#39;s very good as the cheating wife. It&#39;s funny to read occasionally that the physical standard of beauty is thinner today - her figure, like the rest of her, is fabulous, shown off in a variety of clothing by Dorothy Jeakins, who was a prominent costumer on Broadway and in film.<br/><br/>There&#39;s really not much to the story of &quot;Niagara.&quot; It&#39;s a standard tale of love, betrayal, and murder set against a magnificent backdrop and given spark by spirited performances. Well worth seeing.

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Reviewed by dconley-1 9

The look and atmosphere in this film is so vivid that even viewed on TV it makes you feel as if you have been to Niagara Falls sometime in the early 1950s. The plot takes a deceptively leisurely pace but it builds to a gripping climax. It is worth the viewer&#39;s time &amp; effort to stick with it to the end. Marilyn Monroe is radiantly treacherous &amp; her performance is subtle and bears close watching beyond her obvious attractiveness. She should get a lot more credit for this picture than I&#39;ve seen others give her. Joseph Cotten balances between being menacing &amp; getting our pity &amp; sympathy. Not all the performances are terrific but this movie is a gem that rewards the effort to stick with it to the end.

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Reviewed by Doylenf 7

Marilyn Monroe in one of her earlier roles showed she had promise as a dramatic actress that was never fully realized on screen. We all know she was fine in comedies but she acquits herself well in the role of a young wife anxious to rid herself of her jealous, mentally unstable husband (Joseph Cotten) and plots with her lover to do so. The lovers are spotted by another honeymooner (Jean Peters) who is drawn into the plot by circumstances beyond her control.<br/><br/>Jean Peters is excellent as &quot;the other woman&quot;, smart and strong-willed and able to cope with the unstable husband when she has to. Joseph Cotten by this time had played several stressed, shell-shocked veterans and does his usual fine job here. Marilyn is garbed in her most revealing wardrobe and makes the sluttish housewife a real and pitiful being by the time she confronts her husband in the bell tower.<br/><br/>Atmospheric film noir type of story is well photographed for maximum effect among the famous Falls. With swirling mists, choppy waters, bell tower ringing ominously, and murderous intent--it&#39;s makes an absorbing, fast-moving melodrama that is chillingly effective and at the same time enjoyable to watch.

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