Check out my review of Hitchcock’s lesser-known film, TORN CURTAIN, which happens to be his 50th film. Even the star power of Paul Newman & Julie Andrews couldn’t quite elevate this film to greatness.
Thanks to Zoë + Rob for hosting the Hitchcock Blogathon!
Ruth from Flixchatter is joining us today for our Alfred Hitchcock blogathon, having picked a movie she had never seen before. Ruth runs a fantastic blog filled with awesome content, interesting questions, movie reviews, and an array of other material. I am sure you all follow Ruth as is, but those who do not, hop on over there and get involved! Ruth, thank you very much for taking the time to venture into unknown territory for us!
This review is part of this Hitchcock Blogathon hosted by Rob & Zoë.
An American scientist who pretends to defect to East Germany as part of a clandestine mission to obtain the solution of a formula resin and escape back to the United States.
I’ve been planning on catching up on a bunch of Alfred Hitchcock films. Now this one is perhaps one of his lesser-known films, or perhaps it’s not as popular…
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Niiiiiccee. It’s minor Hitch isn’t it?
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