Written December 23, 2012
This is the best movie I have seen hands down. The shock, suspense, the love story, the things we didn't know about Hitchcock. What a wonderful film.
One of the best I have seen in forever. I truly mean that.
This movie has some awards coming it's way.
Anthony Hopkins is brilliant as always, and Helen Mirren shines, and is as beautiful as ever.
Spine tingling fun, and bone shattering laughter will be yours this holiday season if you see this film. I promise you.With some terror in your eyes, with shame you should be stabbed and murdered on Que if you don't see this film, because you would truly be missing out.
Written April 28, 2013
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Written August 29, 2014
Hitchcock is brought to light by the wonderful lead actors. I believe Anthony Hopkins does an amazing job at being Hitchcock. I like how the movie takes place during his struggle of making one of his greatest films. I really like how, throughout the movie it flashes between Hitchcock and clips of Psycho, the movie starts out with one brother killing another, the start of psycho was the start of Hitchcock. I did not like how dramatic the movie actually was. I believe that certain scenes and situation like when he was trying to get the seal approved for the movie and he was completely sarcastic, that just seemed too unreal. All in all I would recommend this movie.
Written October 31, 2014
Very good movie. Hitchcock is a movie that takes a look at an extraordinary director from an unexpected angle. I was expecting more of a documentary film, and was surprised when I realized it was actually a love story. The movie portrays Hitchcock during the most stressful time in his life making Psyco. The story focuses on the stress in Hitchcock's marriage as he struggles to create his greatest movie of all time. Definitely not what I expected. Still a very good movie. Recommend to all Alfred Hitchcock fans. Anthony Hopkins is always on the top of his game when acting.
Written December 16, 2012
A very well acted and interesting movie. Definitely should see the original movie Psycho in order to appreciate all the nuances of this movie.