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1.

My experience of living the movie, its so true to life

10/10
Author: gene-mcdaniel on 28 November 2005
2.

John Ford's stark portrayal of a poor family in the depression remains one of the most moving films in history.

10/10
Author: Michael DeZubiria (wppispam2013@gmail.com) on 13 February 2001
3.

A marvellous production of Steinbeck's epic.

10/10
Author: Neil Dennis (neildennis@hotmail.com) on 5 January 1999
4.

Economic Dislocation

10/10
Author: bkoganbing on 1 October 2006
5.

Not the Book, But Beautiful in Its Own Right

9/10
Author: evanston_dad on 10 February 2006
6.

A Triumph in Record Time

10/10
Author: RHKLWK on 18 May 2002
7.

A compelling story of a family trying to survive the hardship of great depression era.

10/10
Author: ali ilyas (mianaliilyas786@hotmail.com) on 4 April 2006
8.

A masterpiece...

10/10
Author: José Luis Rivera Mendoza (jluis1984) on 4 May 2007
9.

The First Great Film of a Great Decade for the Cinema.

Author: tfrizzell on 8 June 2002
10.

Fine Cast & Production

Author: Snow Leopard on 26 October 2004
11.

Wherever they're showing the Grapes of Wrath, that's where I'll be

10/10
Author: Jason Forestein (jay4stein79@yahoo.com) on 2 April 2006
12.

My Family's History in film

10/10
Author: cldavisj on 21 July 2004
13.

Silver Witness

Author: tedg (tedg@filmsfolded.com) on 16 December 2007
14.

People That Live

10/10
Author: Robert J. Maxwell (rmax304823@yahoo.com) on 16 September 2000
15.

Worth a Closer Look

9/10
Author: dougdoepke on 26 December 2011
16.

A Classic That Stands Tall Today

10/10
Author: Cinexcellence on 29 June 2008
17.

Tom Joad will be there and so will this movie for you

9/10
Author: ironhorse_iv on 17 October 2012
18.

The movie that takes every viewer back in time to the great depression

10/10
Author: Koundinya on 7 June 2012
19.

Heartbreaking!

10/10
Author: (sylviastel@aol.com) on 20 February 2012
20.

Historically, socially and politically relevant, even today

10/10
Author: tomgillespie2002 on 9 January 2012
21.

Human beings wouldn't stand to live that way.

9/10
Author: bobsgrock on 12 August 2009
22.

Grapes of Wrath was a terrific movie and Henry Fonda was outstanding!

10/10
Author: Mary Peters on 24 March 2006
23.

The most important word you'll ever hear : Family !!!

8/10
Author: Coventry on 6 October 2003
24.

The Grapes of Wrath (1940)

Author: jsaunders8 on 18 October 2014
25.

We headin' out to Californee!

10/10
Author: john-hogan23 on 3 October 2014
26.

classic example of John Ford's work

5/10
Author: Nicole Emmons on 7 May 2014
27.

Little Pieces of One Big Soul

10/10
Author: utgard14 on 31 December 2013
28.

The stark reality of the 1930's brought to the screen by John Ford

10/10
Author: RogerCampbell on 22 February 2013
29.

Just a taste of Steinbeck - flawed, but great enough

9/10
Author: Artimidor Federkiel on 21 August 2012
30.

The people who live.

9/10
Author: Al_The_Strange on 4 July 2012
31.

Truly an American Classic!

10/10
Author: matthewcoulombe on 5 June 2012
32.

The Grapes of Wrath

7/10
Author: Jackson Booth-Millard on 19 March 2012
33.

Wrath indeed

8/10
Author: Connor on 12 March 2012
34.

Who do we point the rifle at?

9/10
Author: simon-psykolog on 31 January 2012
35.

A harrowing film with a timeless impact

8/10
Author: Terrell Howell (KnightsofNi11) on 26 January 2012
36.

Interesting way or directing

Author: chiquensleek on 18 December 2011
37.

A perfect adaption of literary genius

Author: JRamos3 on 9 October 2011
38.

Masterful and indispensable chronic

9/10
Author: psagray on 23 June 2011
39.

A testament with the wrong moral..

7/10
Author: Yemaya Briggs on 27 March 2011
40.

What happens when people trifle with nature.

10/10
Author: PWNYCNY on 16 February 2010
41.

We all got little pieces of the one big soul that belongs to everybody ...

10/10
Author: ElMaruecan82 on 13 November 2012
42.

All fiction, but oh so real and vivid and photographically striking.

9/10
Author: secondtake on 6 October 2010
43.

Wonderful Classic

9/10
Author: WilliamCKH on 2 October 2009
44.

A depression era classic

10/10
Author: philip flight on 14 October 2007
45.

..Mr. McDaniel is a testimony to this tragedy..

10/10
Author: fimimix on 10 May 2006
46.

A masterpiece, pure and simple

Author: thedinasimple on 7 March 2004
47.

Desperate people struggle to survive desperate times.

10/10
Author: Michael O'Keefe on 8 February 2003
48.

Arguably the director John Ford's greatest film, and the rare Hollywood film superior to its literary source.

10/10
Author: G K on 13 June 2010
49.

A Classic Film of a Classic Novel

10/10
Author: RobertF87 on 26 March 2006
50.

Steinbeck's most prolific saga of human suffrage brought vividly to the screen

9/10
Author: Nick Zegarac (movieman-200) on 11 August 2005

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