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Daniel Corleone's Movie Reviews (1781)

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Charade (1963) 
Charade (1963) review
4/4 stars

Rarely can one find an entertaining mixture of romantic comedy suspense mystery spy thriller. Unexpected twists and turns coupled with endearing performances from the leads makes this a classic on its own (too bad it was compared to a Hitchcock film when it can be viewed as an original picture worth viewing countless times). Regina "Reggie" (Audrey Hepburn) encounters Peter Joshua (Cary Grant). Her husband gets murdered and the search for the hidden cash (but another plot twist to be revealed throughout the film) while Brian Cruikshank's persona would be revealed.

Score was endearing exhibiting the precise mood depending on the scene. Onscreen chemistry and flawless delivery of the dialogues were present. Humor was never forced and it's impossible for the viewer not to laugh or smile despite its serious premise. Screenplay was simplistic yet striking with lines: "I hope we have a lot of boys and we can name them all after you!" from Reggie and "Usually it's because they want something. They are afraid the truth won't get it for them." on lying by Peter. Pace of the story was precise while the camera direction splendidly detailed and location applicable. Charade basically is about trust, distrust, greed and love.


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