PUNQ ★★★★ 3
"Cricket, sir. Cricket!"
This is one of the funnier Alfred Hitchcock films and up there with The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) and The 39 Steps (1935) as Hitchcock's…
Francis Ridgeon ★★★
May have inadvertently watched this, thinking it was the new one.A little too self indulgent, and playing to a disruptive audience, and consumer that I am not. Some good…
Jonathan Foster ★★★★★
Incredibly visually interesting for a special film just in one room, the guy knows how to use light like a brush. The music has some amazing harmonies. I would be…
Jonathan Foster ★★★½
Die Hard on ice, and that's not an issue for me.
Really enjoyed this sombre movie. Great cinematography and great soundtrack, great acting. Dialogue a bit naff at times.
Also, R.Pat makes a great cheeky french prince.
A must watch. Pure delight of cinema in every way
Francis Ridgeon ★
Suitably Frank way to announce that I am going to be a papa... The dialogue was epically poor. Mildly diverting.
Really strong writing and some amazing performances make this approx. 90min film absolutely heartbreaking. It does so much with so little.
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