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One of my biggest problems with watching a movie is that most movies are too predictable I sat down to watch this movie with just that type of attitude particularly because this movie carried the same story line as A Perfect Murder which was an extremely predictable movie At first I began to make assumptions about what would happen next and ultimately how the movie would end I didnt really focus on paying sole attention to this movie I was in and out of the room until the movie began to capture me with its storyline which proved to be quite different from what I had in mind From the very beginning this movie stayed on track which was very important to me and it held my interest with both the A and B storyline It carried a whirlwind of unexpected twists and turns that keeps you wondering and on the edge of your seat anticipating what is to come Throughout this movie I paid particular attention to how actors spoke their lines There is nothing I despise more than an actor who sounds like their lines are recited like a bible verse in Sunday school The actors immediately caught my attention and kept me drawn into this movie with the way in which they carried themselves ie facial expressions body language One of the other things I look for in a movie is whether the characters look like the part they play The wife played by Grace Kelly held that dainty innocent housewife look while the husband carried the look of a villain and a pompous ass with which we should expect to see some foolishness come out of Another thing that I look for is how does the overall picture on the television look Is the set interesting Does it fit the storyline And is it boring to sit through a whole movie in which 90 of the movie carries
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