Tag Archives: Viggo Mortensen

Psycho - * *

I’ll admit it up front. I’ve never considered the original Psycho to be one of Hitchcock’s best films. Although a good film, it should be celebrated more for its groundbreaking elements than for its quality. That leads us to what … Continue reading

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A Perfect Murder - * * *

Andrew Davis directs this update of Frederick Knott’s suspense play, Dial M For Murder, previously made into a masterful Alfred Hitchcock thriller. This time around, the technology and sensibilities have been updated, but the key story remains exciting and suspenseful. … Continue reading

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G.I. Jane - * * 1/2*

The “boot camp” film has a long and honorable tradition. Someone is put through incredible duress for a long period of time, and emerges a well-forged soldier. G.I. Jane is the latest film to offer its take. Although it is … Continue reading

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