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When larcenous real estate clerk Marion Crane goes on the lam with a wad of cash and hopes of starting a new life, she ends up at the notorious Bates Motel, where manager Norman Bates cares for his housebound mother. The place seems quirky, but fine… until Marion decides to take a shower.
|Studio :||Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Shamley Productions,|
|Crew :||Art Direction, Art Direction,|
|Cast :||Martin Balsam Alfred Hitchcock Vaughn Taylor Anthony Perkins Janet Leigh|
|Genre :||Drama Horror Thriller|
Great movie! If you want to be entertained and have a few good laughs, see this movie. The music is also very good,
A movie that not only functions as a solid scarefest but a razor-sharp satire.
There is, somehow, an interesting story here, as well as some good acting. There are also some good scenes
If you're interested in the topic at hand, you should just watch it and judge yourself because the reviews have gone very biased by people that didn't even watch it and just hate (or love) the creator. I liked it, it was well written, narrated, and directed and it was about a topic that interests me.
Often referred to as the most famous and influential horror film of all time, Psycho broke down all barriers of comfort and escape when going to the pictures. With people fainting and screaming uncontrollably in their seats at the time of release, the film is still as unsettling and nerve-wrecking as it was 50 years ago, and has cemented Alfred Hitchcock as the true master of suspense.Adapted from the significantly less successful novel from Robert Bloch, Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) is a young attractive woman who has stolen $40,000 from the bank where she works, in order to runaway with her already-married lover. After driving all night in pouring rain, she stops at the Bates motel off the freeway for a night-in, and meets the nervous, bumbling Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) who is quite taken with her upon first sight. In one of the most staggering sequences in film history, she is stabbed to death while taking a shower, and as she is reported missing and people begin looking for her, the truth of Norman Bates and his 'motel' will be revealed.Never before had the main character been brutally murdered only halfway through - let alone an attractive leading lady - and never before had such a brutal antagonist been so normal, relatable and above all, human. Beautifully shot in black and white and carried by an unforgettable score from the late Bernard Herrmann, Hitchcock in all his genius draws us in with a twisted concoction of sex, murder and madness, never letting us forget even to this day that real horror may be right around the corner. All the performances are top-notch, particularly that of Perkins who as cinema's most unlikely serial killer stumbles through the film with every breath of confidence stripped from him by his overbearing invalid mother.
I personally thought this was just some kind of regular murder story, but i was completely wrong. Don't underestimate it by it's age. That movie haunted me for a couple of moths-afraid to be outside by myself in the evenings at my country place. Psycho might have a mentally deep effect on you, 'cause it's quite intense. For person who isn't into horror films or hasn't quite seen one before, this is a great movie to watch. Although, people are different and every one seems films differently, I really hope you'll like it.Still remains to be one of my favorites, because it surprised me and blew my mind. If you haven't seen it, I warmly recommend not to get too much information about it, you might spoil it and might not enjoy it that much! Hitchcock strictly said the same about Psycho.
This film is amazing and can not be described with word. Director of the film director Alfred Hitchcock is directing the film and it's possible to say that he is one of the best directors of cinema history. He is very skilled in this work and uses every minute of the film, and if there is a sequence in his film, he is unreasonable and he will want to send a message to the viewer. In Psycho, there are no lost scenes from the moment the movie starts, until the movie ends. One of the surprises of this movie that puzzled me is the camera movements that make the movie exciting alone, and it's really great; for example, when Norman was talking to his mother in the room, the viewer was very curious and excited, The face of the killer's mother, but the camera does not allow us to do this, and by departing from Norman's mother's face, moving slowly upward and changing our viewing angle. Throughout the film, the viewer may guesses about the end of the film, but in any case, in the sequence Lila goes to the basement and sees the body of Norman's mother, the viewer is shocked, and everything happens so quickly that the viewer no longer has time to think and all his answers In less than a minute, this sequence is very attractive and exciting as the sequence of Marion's murder in the bathroom, and if you look at this sequence, you will not forget about it in your lifetime. The psycho film is not scary, it's so daunting, mysterious, and also full of excitement that the critics have likened to these fears.
This was very good, the acting was excellent, the score was good and I can see how it probably inspired the slasher genre.And the plot twist was good, even though I already knew it.