A Perfect Murder
Crime • R • 1998 • 1 hr 47 min
If I'd seen the Hitchcock version, Dial M 4 Murder, still end up preferring this remake just 4 the photography alone! Hitchcock=Overrated!
A movie i’d recommend, amazing performance of Michael Douglas who never seems to disappoint
A rollercoaster, leaded by Paltrow and Douglas. Impredictable. Good one
Decent crime thriller movie, good cast and twists, worth a watch
Actually pretty imperfect as far as murders go, but who doesn't like seeing another Michael Douglas sleaze ball get put through the ringer?
Michael Douglas is the king of 90s thrillers as he proves here yet again. The movie has some tense moments and decently clever twists.
Interesting take on a classic Hitchcoock story, solid movie.
The story starts off feeling kind of predictable, but actually really picks up and keeps you hooked.
Not a bad film to watch if you fancy something relatively easy-going but not completely insubstantial.
I really don't think this was a 'perfect' murder at all. Am i missing something?
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