Wednesday, October 03, 2007

MacGuffin value meal.

How to turn your movie into a Hitchcock thriller in thirteen easy steps. Too bad he couldn't come up with 39 steps. Ha!

Even when you know how this works, it's still amazing to see it in action. We watched Rope, a Hitch flick neither of us had seen before, and all the trademarks were there.

Watching a Hitchcock film is like watching that guy spin the plates on Ed Sullivan. You know what he's going to do, but he's so damned good at it that it's fun to watch.

1 comment:

Brad said...

and do bad things to eggs. Hitchcock didn't like eggs and would often do bad things to them in movies.

#4 is my fav