HIFF Review: 'The Girl' Creates Dark Hitchcockian Mood, But At The Cost Of Virtually Everything Else | The Playlist
Jarrold's Hitchcock is a larger-than-life villain, both literally and figuratively, but while the movie does much to cast a sort of hypnotic mesmerism on its audience, it doesn't thrill or intrigue nearly as much as it could. "The Girl," quite frankly, is for the birds. [C+]
Dunno, I do love Scarlie, but I think she was miscast. I am hoping I am wrong and she rises to the occasion.
That dude who got cast as Anthony Perkins really looks like him. It's surreal.
Ultimately, it's going to come down to Anthony Hopkins. He doesn't quite look like Hitch, but if he channels his voice and mannerisms, this could be a really great movie!
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Cue the inevitable 'I may have to get a blu' cry...c'mon Orph...get off the pot son!!!
But anyhow, I have the DVD version of the Masterpiece Collection.
And do you remember in Jackie Brown when Robert Forster hangs out with Jackie Brown and notices all her records and asks her if she didn't get into the CD revolution, and she tells him that she didn't feel like starting over. That's how I feel. I almost have close to 400 DVDs, and I don't want to start all over and that's why I haven't gotten a blu-ray player. It really doesn't have to do with money.