Must if you are a fan

By lexygirl5
Written November 26, 2014
This cast was wonderful and the story was playful. I was drawn into the world of this film as easily as one of Hitchcock's own episodes on his tv series. Lots of fun notes throughout the script and Anthony Hopkins performance is spot on. Don't wait for this one if you are a fan.
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By DBee
Written December 27, 2014
It's no surprise that Anthony Hopkins does such a great job, as does Helen Mirren...but it is the script, direction and editing that really makes this so worth seeing!
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A Must For Hitchcock Fans

Written August 01, 2014
Thoroughly enjoyed Hitchcock! It felt like a behind the scenes tour of Psycho. Anthony Hopkins didn't play Hitchcock - he WAS Hitchcock! Besides loving this movie, it left me with the desire to watch all of Hitch's movies again! This was a fitting tribute to a genius.
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Behind every successful man is a woman...

By pdyon54
Written February 01, 2015
Went to see this with my husband. What most impressed me was how much Hitch relied on his wife. Great acting and wonderful cinematography. We thoroughly enjoyed it. For everyone who is a fan of the masterful Alfred Hitchcock and those who have yet to discover his artistry. A must see. PJD in Lakewood CO
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Hitchcock is "Bloody Good"!!

By bsosna
Written December 09, 2012
If you are a fan of Alfred Hitchcock movies and you like the era in which he made his successful films, you MUST go to see Hitchcock. It tells the story of Hitchcock and his wife Alma durng the filming of the movie Psycho. Thier relationship was both complex and beautiful. Oscar worthy performances from Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren in the leads and a smashing turn from Scarlett Johansson who plays actress Janet Leigh and the ill fated Marian Crane in the movie within the movie. You won't want to miss the intensity during the filming the famous shower stabbing scene. Hitchcock is bloody good!
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