Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Lacks the vivid outlines and clear characterizations of previous Hitchcock films, but is, nevertheless, a fair sample of Hitchcock devices.
Not top-notch Hitchcock, but engrossing enough.
Alfred Hitchcock, England's jovial and rotund master of melodrama, has turned out another crisply paced, excellently performed film.
One of the most entertaining of Hitchcock's English films.
Innumerable small touches show Hitchcock's keen and penetrating observation and his knowledge of human nature. Comedy, romance, and thrills are skilfully blended.
One of Hitchcock's more charming efforts.
Though not one of Hitchcock's strongest UK films, the tale is entertaining and it contains many ideas and visua motifs that would appear in later, better works.
Brilliantly filmed finale.
swift pace and dry humor far more entertaining than most late night offerings
Exciting chase with typically excellent Hitchcock touches
An unassuming chase thriller by the youngish though not quite so innocent Alfred Hitchcock.
Watch her and wonder.
Once again a early work by Hitchcock that makes me think that his English years were his best years. The wrong man (the photogenic Derrick De Marney), accused of murder (And the rational behind this is not really important) and on the run, falls for the young woman (the equally photogenic Nova Pilbeam) who helps him try to prove his innocence. Romance While On The Run it might've been called. It's a sterling presentation all in all, and perhaps proof for those Brits that there's was a superior culture. Hitchcock's England is indeed enchanting. Loved this.
This is a good attempt at the story of a man who has to prove his innocence, but I didn't like the ending, plus it's a predictable movie. I kind of liked it, but kind of didn't, so I say it's average.
charming early hitchcock similar to saboteur minus the propaganda. daughter of chief constable helps fugitive find real killer. featuring hitch's trademark blend of action, humor and suspense
A decent early British film from Hitchcock. Not his first, but still an early one. The roots of his brilliance (that would fully bloom later on) and future trademarks (such as themes/motifs) can be seen here and there throughout as well. Overall, a decent film, neither spectacularly good nor spectacularly bad.
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