Danny DeVito went the comedic route in his retelling of Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train, in which two strangers conspire to commit murders for one another. Hitchcock’s original film plays a defining role in this comedy, as the meek Owen (DeVito) hatches his plan to kill the ex-wife of his writing professor (Billy Crystal) in exchange for offing his overbearing mother (a hilarious Anne Ramsey) after watching Strangers on a Train on TV.
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Minority Report (2002) should be on this list. It's a Hitchcockian Wrong Man Film down to its core.
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