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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A Good old fashioned thriller

    Modern film-making is a far cry from the beginnings of the movie industry and most people would probably say it's greatly improved. Techically speaking, there's no arguing that point but there's something to be said for tried and true storytelling with a dash of chills for good measure. "Dead Again" is a great mix of suspense, horror and romance in the old style and it's a style that I miss. Movies like this aren't usually a financial success so they don't get made but they are definitely worth your attention because they grab you right from the start and keep you guessing without being heavy-handed or cliched. No over the top special effects are necessary when you've got a great story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    "How Many Times Would You Die For Love?" Kenneth Branagh's American Masterpiece.

    Kenneth Branagh follows up his directorial debut ("Henry V") with this well-plotted suspense thriller written by Scott Frank. As always, Mr. Branagh assembled a top-notch cast (including his then-wife Emma Thompson see "Sense & Sensibility") and got terrific performances. It would be criminal to give away the Hitchcock-like story-line, but the Master Of Suspense would have appreciated this homage to his films, notably the 1954 classic "Dial 'M' For Murder" starring the late Princess Grace Kelly Of Monaco (she married Prince Rainier Of Monaco in 1956 and tragically died in a car crash in 1982). The music by frequent Branagh collaborator Patrick Doyle (who appears in a small role in the film) is nothing short of brilliant. Rated PG-13 for some strong language and mild violence.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Solid movie

    I wouldn't say this is a great movie, but it certainly is good and has a lot of twists. You have to pay attention to the little details, from the opening credits on down to right near the end. Too bad that the above review gives away one of the neater twists. Robin Williams has a small but important role as a potty-mouthed psychiatrist-turned-stockboy. This flick was filmed when Thompson and Branaugh were a couple, before she got her Oscars (for 'Howards End' and 'Sense and Sensibility') and he got a buff body (for 'Mary Shelley's Frankenstein').

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