Im not sure if l'm interested in seeing another violent 'M'....but l think, what the world need, now, more than anything, is love, peace and happiness...the world seem so 'bloody' at the moment and soo miscourteous 2 one another, on the marble. We should also be more neighborly toward each other and help each other out. thx. peace :) Jobs, Hunger, lnformation, poor, racism, respect...God provides for all.
Z l hope this isn't wat l think it is...lf so, u need a blk leather couch, someone w a pencil & a note pad 2 talk 2....and an adjustment 2 them there meds u taking...Cause those ppl u messing w and mocking r ppl of paradise...Dont u know?
Gotta pass, 2 deep, 4 me. thx. peace. :)
l finally saw the move yesterday, on West 42 Street; where the phantom of horrors are still historically evident. WOW! Awesome! If you grew up watching Alfred Hitchcock movies and you were pasted to your seat, as l was...maybe it would be even, more, appreciated to witness the idiosyncraties of the ambitious Hitchcocks and their production crews and back office shenanigans. Did the story give credence to the adage "for every sucessful man there's a strong women", however, here, may l write, or, "for every sucessful woman, there's, a psychopathic man....LOL..No...But, The movie may had revealed some underlining abnormalities of resentment and anger that Mr. Hitchcock (Hitch) had towards his wife or something the wife thought he had towards her (She was once his boss), that laid shelterend in his subconscience but was set to detonate at any given moment. l wonder, "What would the analysis of the late Sigmund Freund or Carl Jung, be of Hitch's abnormal enthusiastic zeal for killing and murder (which was revealed during the last scene segment) when like a conductor directing his orchestra, Hitch (Who stood out side peeping into the movie audience) he then simultaneously and surreptitiously made striking motions w his hands synchronizing along w the horrendous screams of the audience and the striking suspensed background music... during the shower scene, as the innocent young lady was being repeatingly stabbed with a large sharp knife by her crazed and inconspicuous host. l wonder Y Mr. Hitch choose to have the villian made up in Black Face'? :) And Y the make up crew didn't do a better, mirror, image of the late Alfred Hitchcock of Mr. Hopkin's face and neck, since, Mr. Hitchcock's face and neck were just as much his brand and trade mark as his movies. A.H. stood alone in alot of ways...l dont think Hitch would had liked the way his character looked, and l even doubt if he would have allowed such personal entries, but, l thought the performance and everthing else was superb, esp. Tony Perkins and Alma characters. I also wonder how Alfred Hitchcock wrould had directed his own bio. Cuut! ltss a Wrraap! thx, peace. :)
lve always been in 'awe' of Mr. Hitchcock's work and his introduction to the power of film and fright and his use of classical actors and conservatism in black and white. l hope to see this movie about a man who, not enough has been written about, but who, gave so much to the young, restless and wise viewer i.e. The Birds. Peace :)
l'm looking to see this picture, hopefully, by the next sun. But y im l planning to launch myself into someone elses time machine and begin to refocus on such a phrenominal figure with great historical passages, about a man who dared to be president of a nation, under God, and who made decisions that still affects us all, to this day. Thx. :)
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