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Rosemary's Baby
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Directed By
Roman Polanski

Written By:
Roman Polanski, Ira Levin

Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans, Patsy Kelly, Elisha Cook Jr., Ralph Bellamy, Charles Grodin, Hanna Landy, William Castle, Emmaline Henry

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Rosemary's Baby (1968)
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Movie Review by Zoltan
February 13th, 2010

Does Rosemary's Baby Dirty His Diapers?

I'd say that "Rosemary's Baby" is about as terrifying as watching lumpy oatmeal cook.

The scares that take place in this grossly over-rated Horror/Thriller are so few, and far between, that they are almost non-existent. Basically, all this movie ends up being is just one long, drawn-out build-up to a totally disappointing finale where, after sitting through well-over 2 hours of nonsense, we never even get a single glimpse of the demon-baby, anyways.

When speaking about Rosemary's Baby "atmospheric" is how I've often heard many people enthusiastically gush and rave over it. But about the only "atmosphere" that I detected while watching this over-long movie was that of claustrophobia and boredom.

Rosemary's Baby is yet another modern-day tale of Satanism. This time the inanity is set in New York City.

I wouldn't waste my time with this one. All the great stuff that people told me about it certainly isn't the least bit true.

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