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My Name Is Julia Ross Reviews

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June 25, 2017
Not a bad little thriller set in London and Cornwall.
January 30, 2015
Joseph H. Lewis tem muito bem calibrados todos os seus recursos - incluindo um elenco fantástico e uma banda-sonora que não nos larga os nervos - neste senhor thriller, que, à semelhança de "The Big Combo", é um série-B capaz de envergonhar muitos filmes feitos com meios bem superiores. "My Name is Julia Ross" vai directo ao assunto, não tem 2 minutos a mais que seja e deixa uma vontade enorme de ver tudo o que há de Joseph H. Lewis.
August 6, 2014
Actress Nina Foch is excellent in this 1945 film noir a movie that Alfred Hitchcock could have made but did not.
½ December 22, 2012
Probably not the best Joseph Hl. Lewis film but it's superb nonetheless.
July 3, 2012
A Charming and Suspenseful Little Gothic Thriller--In the Tradition of Hitchcock!!
January 10, 2012
good noir from the first cycle
½ December 19, 2011
Great performances by the Late great Nina Foch (Frannie Halcyon from the first "Tales of the City") and Dame May Whitty in this short and sweet B film from the classic film noir era.
October 23, 2011
great lesser known thriller
January 31, 2010
For fans of Hitchcock-style suspense melodramas, and the woman's films of the 1940s, this film is a must see. It's not Hitchcockian in technique so much as mood and psychology. In fact, there's nothing special about it in terms of technique, but it's a really interesting little film.
January 21, 2010
Joseph H. Lewis double feature tonite
August 13, 2009
Killer find on Turner Classic Movies. Goth-noir thriller about a young woman from London (Foch), desperate for work, that answers a job ad and winds up not only as a live-in employee but as a shut-in, miles from London and kept there by 'her family'. Creepy through-out with very good acting all around especially by Nina Foch.
July 14, 2009
Solid B-movie psycho-thriller from director Joseph H. Lewis. Taut and sharply-crafted, Lewis once again manages some effective atmosphere on a low budget. Nina Foch is a bit over the top in the lead, but Dame May Whitty and George Macready are effective villains. Hard to find, but worth seeking out for fans of classic thrillers.
Super Reviewer
February 23, 2009
Interesting little British film about a woman kidnapped by a old lady and her psychotic son. At times very suspenseful, but gets a little hokey at the end. Good acting all around and George Macready is great as a knife wielding bad tempered maniac. It's a good story, but the film is just a hour and 10 minutes and at times a little rushed.
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