Quick Movie Reviews
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/25/2019
It's not the strongest or most memorable biopic, but its leading performances more than make up for it.
Rod - wrote on 01/04/2015
A watchable film about a classic film. Decently good but knowing this is a film about Alfred Hitchcock, the creators should have been more risky when it comes to technique and style. Very good performances by the cast though.
Indyfreak - wrote on 07/23/2014
This was so BORING! It is a tragic irony that a movie about a film director world famous for not relying on cliches is totally reliant on cliches. Here we find that that *GASP* his marriage is not working, his wife is underappreciated, there's a younger man after her, no one wants to help him make his movie, he fights with his wife, a young pretty lady understands him, blah blah blah. Granted, the stuff about the studio's hesitance to make the classic movie Psycho is interesting but that's only a footnote in this two hour turd.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 12/26/2013
a story about the greatest director of all time nice. In my opinion Anthony Hopkins should have won a Oscar for he's role of Alfred Hitchcock. okay this is going to be a short review of this movie so let's go.this had good make and great acting.
sapien - wrote on 12/27/2012
There were some interesting moments in this movie that made it an alright movie. Frankly, anything with Hopkins, Mirren, Collette, and Johansson in it is going to be good.
Snoogans - wrote on 12/17/2012
This is a fine film, in all aspects, it's just not the film I was hoping for. The scenes involving the making of Psycho are quite fun, but they are pushed to the background in favor of the relationship between Hitchcock and his wife. The whole relationship felt cliche. I did like some of the insight into Hitchock's personality and the moments involving the presence of Ed Gein. Worth seeing for the Hitchcock fan.