Young and Innocent
Not the best. Not the worst.
Brilliant! And with amazing special effects! And even a collab with the Walt Disney!
Guess you can’t ace it every time. Or maybe I wasn’t paying attention.
The 39 Steps
Milestone reached: the first of Hitch’s films I’d seen before.
The Man Who Knew Too Much
Something wonderful has happened in the realm of cinema since Hitch’s last outing. Or in the realm of digital transfer. Or both. In any case, this film looks about a million times better than the earlier ones.
Things have taken a turn content-wise as well. This feels much more like the later Hitchcock we all know and love. I’m almost allowing myself to hope we’re done with musicals and theater-adaptations.
Waltzes from Vienna
A light-hearted musical comedy about Johan Strauss etc. Quite boring.
Guns, stabbings, hog-tieings and general awfulness. Hitch is slowly moving towards the more familiar. Not brilliantly, though.
Rich and Strange
The Skin Game
I’m beginning to think hitch wasn’t very good at filming stage plays.
Deliciously absurd, even surrealist, in the most indescribable fashion. Watch it. I mean it.