Psycho (1960, Alfred Hitchcock)

Don’t steal money from your boss.

🏆 💋👩💵🚗👮‍♂️BğŸŽ±ğŸ¨ğŸ›€ğŸ”ªğŸš—ğŸŒŠğŸ•µï¸â€â™‚ï¸ğŸ”ªğŸ‘¨ğŸ‘©ğŸª‘ğŸ’€ğŸ§ Number one on the AFI 100 Thrills list. First time I’ve ever watched it all the way through. “It’s hot as fresh milk.” She’s a thief! Frantic music. Are we meant to think she’s imagining these voices while she drives or are these actual events happening elsewhere? Huh, The Iconic Scene is less than halfway into the movie, wasn’t expecting that. Such an unusual structure to this movie. Starts one way then completely changes to something else. The field of psychiatry always seems to play a prominent role in these older movies. This actor at the end who has to deliver all this dry expositional dialog to explain everything has a tough role. Hard to decide how to rate this. I wasn’t particularly affected by it. I examined it like one of the stuffed birds that Norman Bates made in the movie. I’m not entirely sure why the AFI ranked it higher than The Birds. I guess just because it had never been done before. (Amazon Video.) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psycho_(1960_film)

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