Blacha (Robert Wieckiewicz), an ex-middleman in the criminal underground, is the key witness in an enormous Pruszkow mafia bust. As such he is kept under lock and key hidden away from the world. Intent on getting an interview with the ex-gangster is Marcin Kruk (Pawel Malaszynski), whose pregnant wife was collateral damage in a mafia car-bomb several years back with Blacha being his main suspect. Fortunately Blacha holds Marcin's journalistic work in very high regard, hence agrees to an exclusive interview in a secluded hotel in the Hel peninsula. There he retreads his criminal life... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An investigate crime reporter meets at a hotel for a taped interview with a big time gangster who has turned state's witness and says that he's started a new, legitimate life. What the ...
- Stars:John Cleese, Jack Black, Zahf Paroo, Stacey Scowley, Michael Karl Richards, Pawel Malaszynski, Robert Wieckiewicz, Malgorzata Foremniak, Urszula Grabowska, Artur Zmijewski, Maciej Kozlowski, Janusz Chabior, Monika Dryl, Krzysztof Globisz, Szymon Bobrowski, Andrzej Zielinski, Andrzej Grabowski, Alicja Dabrowska, Katarzyna Paczynska, Andrzej Krukowski,
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Quinn S (de) wrote: Not a bad movie story was on point
Nicolas B (br) wrote: It's very dark and twisted and the performances are neat, so I really enjoyed this modern tale of Jack the Ripper. The ending is fairly dissapointing.
Ivana M (ca) wrote: Koji jebeno dobar film kako su ga sjebale prestrasno!!!!!!!!! Odlicno
Ryan L (es) wrote: Love this flick. Very underrated
George F (au) wrote: Dial M for Murder was adapted for the big screen from a Broadway play of the same name. The original writer of the play, Frederick Knott, also wrote the screenplay. Both him and director Alfred Hitchcock chose to remain faithful to the original; almost the entire film is played out inside a living room. That is not to say that the film is claustrophobic, Hitchcock provides us with a crisp presentation of the geography of the fated apartment. The story line is simple, an opportunistic husband wants to (permanently) get rid of his adulterous, rich wife. Out of the 4 main actors, John Williams shines as the gritty chief inspector, a role he also played in the Broadway version, although his well-practiced performance is eclipsed by the one from Ray Milland, who plays the villainous husband. He keeps his gentlemanly ways until the end of the film, but there is always a sinister shadow at the edge of his constant smile. Grace Kelly as the victimized wife and Robert Cummings as the wife's lover, deliver stock performances; albeit not mis-casted, the give us nothing to be excited about. One thing that will indeed excite most of us, is the variety of thriller scenes; this is one stirring film. The pace picks up from the beginning and it doesn't stop until the end. The plot is mildly predictable, but fortunately it has a few surprises in store. Modern audiences may be taken aback from the lengthy dialogue, but the aforementioned thrills will keep them from getting bored. One other interesting aspect is how Hitchcock manages how we sympathize between the love triangle. Although the husband is clearly the villain, I had a hard time distributing my sympathy. Dial M for Murder isn't Hitchcock's best film, fans know that is not Hitchcock's best 1954 film, but it is a good thriller that is ready to entertain the majority of today's viewers. 7.0/10.
Justin B (us) wrote: Going all out to outdo the original (going as far as to spend half the film satirizing the very fact that a sequel wasn't needed); some audiences my find the film has crossed the line into something too ridiculous. However, though not as tightly assembled as the first film, it still delivers the same level of laughs and clever writing.
Allan C (ag) wrote: Watchable but confused. Trying to be too many different films. Teen film? Revenge flick? Horror? Comedy? Hard to say.
Christine D (nl) wrote: Very slow movie. Not an exciting ending either.
Art S (ca) wrote: Similar to Curse of the Demon, this film pits a university professor against the supernatural in a low-key nothing-but-shadows Val Lewton-styled approach. And there are some genuinely scary moments when all the protection charms are burnt and who knows what is going to happen. The soundtrack is a real treat of scary flourishes. A couple of jump cuts in the plot are all that keeps this from scoring higher.