Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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This multiple-murder story is an offbeat sort of film, with Robert Wagner portraying a calculating youth who intends to allow nothing to stand in his way to money... Gerd Oswald's restrained direction suits the mood.
Wagner is perfect as the college kid psycho coolly removing the pregnant Woodward from his life.
A silky-smooth adaptation of Ira Levin's first novel.
This is a fine adaptation of Rosemary's Baby author Ira Levin's dark tale about a social climber who kills his wealthy girlfriend when her pregnancy threatens her inheritance.
An excellent screenplay (unoriginal but full of tension), subtle direction by the overlooked and underutilized Oswald, and good photography help gloss over any weaknesses in the performances.
Oswald, who never graduated past B-movies and television, makes masterful use of the frame, pitting his dark thriller elements against a full-color, widescreen frame.
It's a gripping version of Ira Levin's best novel.
This psychological thriller is penned by Ira Levin, of "Rosemary's Baby" fame...
robert wagner will always be a lightweight. he is just not believable. have to credit director oswald and his dp lucien ballard with some beautiful compositions tho
This movie is a cross between a melodrama and a thriller, which I think is awesome, the story is really good. I highly recommend this movie.
Much better than the remake, Wagner is good but much better is Mary Astor as his mother. Joanne Woodward's part is small.
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