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Phillip

Hard to believe it’s almost 50 years for this film and it still rocks! No one crafts a scene better than De Palma. Movie has great suspense mixed with dark humor.

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Matt

I've never bought into the cult of de Palma, and films like this haven't changed my mind. When it isn't ripping off Hitchcock it's providing silly twists and obnoxious characters who behave stupidly. The only high points are Charles Durning's performance (would've liked to see more of him, ...Read more

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