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Er, hi. Remember me? It’s been quite a while. During my unintentional hiatus, I did the following: finished my master’s (woo!); started my own business; entered a writing contest; and various other things. (more…)

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1963’s Charade is often referred to as “the best film Hitchcock never made.”  A suspenseful thriller with twists around just about every corner, the movie does seem like it would fit in with Hitchcock canon along the lines of To Catch A Thief and Rear Window.  The convoluted nature of the plot is the main reason the film is remembered; if you discount that, you’re left with a pretty run-of-the-mill thriller with little depth but big names on the marquee. (more…)

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One of the first Audrey Hepburn films I remember seeing–and one of the first classic films I remember seeing, along with The Thin Man–is 1963’s Hitchcock-esque Charade. (more…)

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