Completely understandable.I'll go along with the consensus on Wicked Woman. It was a fun, campy movie. I won't be seeking it out, but if it pops up again in a few years I might watch it. I certainly enjoyed it more than Beyond a Reasonable Doubt which we also watched yesterday. I just couldn't accept the fundamental premise behind that one.
Thought I'd mention this here - TCM just launched their own podcast "The Plot Thickens" hosted by Ben Mankiewicz
This is what I was coming to say.I wouldn't classify it as noir because A) The protagonist doesn't have an air of fatalism or self destructiveness that I associate with the more cynical examples of the genre
Yup, she flop the line on both BD and digital. I have to think Hitchcock left it in as a joke.Rear Window is my definite favorite movie. I consider it near perfect. But there has always been 1 thing I found to be a mistake and I'm curious to see if anyone agrees.
Go to approximately the 1:21:16 mark (I used iTunes). Grace Kelly says the line "Jeff you know if someone came in here they wouldn't believe what they'd see". When she says the word "see" it sounds like she trips over the line. If I'm right, if it's a flub, I'm surprised that take made it in. Hitchcock was a bit of a detailed oriented guy (not to mention Alma who caught Janet Leigh blinking in Psycho).
Anyone else agree?
She was in a class by herself as she was not only beautiful, but had a touch of class that few actresses ever had in their career.My only other quibble with RW is that you have Grace Fricken' Kelly bringing you lobster dinners from the 21 Club and she tells you she's spending the night while showing you her lingerie and you're not sure about this relationship?
Let the record show - I could settle for that...
Yes, that requires the greatest suspension of disbelief in the entire movie.My only other quibble with RW is that you have Grace Fricken' Kelly bringing you lobster dinners from the 21 Club and telling you she's spending the night while showing you her lingerie and... you're not sure about this relationship?
Let the record show - I could settle for that.