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By michelle.spencer
Written December 26, 2014
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Written January 24, 2013
i mean really, Grace Kelly on a large screen --- WOW- she could have easily done HIGH DEFINITION TV. She is perfect and there is never anything bad to say about Cary Grant. We need more like him these days. These two are actors and these days we just have entertainers. Really cool on the big screen.
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By dachmama
Written February 03, 2013
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To Catch a Thief

By Derrick Deane
Written October 19, 2007
This Hitchcock movie falls more under the category of mystery than the thriller/suspense/horror that the famed director is well-known for. The movie belongs to his two leads - Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, but the supporting cast is equally entertaining and offers some humorous comedy between the main plot. The problem I have with this movie is the last third. Every time I watch it, this is where I lose interest. The pacing of the whole film just seems to slow down rather than quicken and the final scene seems so unnecessarily forced but nonetheless necessary. For those who don't know, there is a car chase sequence in the middle portion of the movie where Grant and Kelly are being chased by a pair of undercover police men. The road that they are shown driving on is the same road that Kelly would plummet from thirty years later and eventually die from the trauma. Everytime I watch that sequence, I can't help but think in the back of my mind, that's the road that killed Grace Kelly.
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Classic Hitchcock

By dgalbers
Written October 13, 2014
Had never seen the movie in its entirety or in a movie theater. Hitchcock was at his best. The colors in the movie were vivid. The plot had twists and turns that now a days, most people would "get" in a second; nevertheless, the movie was entirely enjoyable. It was awesome to see just how beautiful and talented Grace Kelly was. Cary Grant also showed why he was a great leading man and a mainstay for Hitchcock. All in all an extremely enjoyable evening at the theater. Also have tickets to se Vertigo and am looking forward to seeing it.
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