To Catch a Thief

To Catch a Thief
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Lynda

Visually Stunning

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Fritz

This 1955 movie is on an equal footing with any 21st-century comedy of its genre. It's thrilling, from start to to finish.

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Byron

This film has aged badly. It's not one of Hitchcock's better films. Maybe for it's time, it worked. But not in 2018. Go see North by Northwest instead.

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Johm

I certainly agree in applauding NbNW. I can watch it once a week. Modest disagreement on this film though. I love the banter between Grant and Kelly. Then again :) how does one pick best films in Hitch's library.

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