For the 11th film review of our Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon, here’s a review of Murder (1930) done by my blogathon partner, Zoe from Sporadic Chronicles of a Beginning Blogger.
Let’s see what she thought of this movie!
SYNOPSIS: A juror in a murder trial, after voting to convict, has second thoughts and begins to investigate on his own before the execution. – via IMDB
Murder! is a movie that seems to have mixed reviews, and I am not sure why. I actually rather enjoyed this film. While it is not fantastic, it is a decent earlier entry from Alfred Hitchcock, and kept me involved. Truly, he has far better films out there, but this is one of his better earlier offerings.
I was hoping for a little more in the courtroom (I am a sucker for courtroom dramas and all that, so what), so I was relatively disappointed when the…
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