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This 1936 film by Alfred Hitchcock is based upon Joseph Conrad’s short novel, The Secret Agent. Hitchcock takes some liberties with Conrad’s novel and develops an odd romance that... Read morePublished 18 days ago by C. B Collins Jr.
SABOTAGE IS ALFRED AT HIS BEST..SYLVIA SYDNEY IS FANTASTIC AS A WOMAN BETRAYED AND ALFRED CAREFUL DIRECTION AND ATTENTION IS QUITE APPARENT IN SYLVIA'S METAMORPHOSIS FROM A CLOSED... Read morePublished 16 months ago by jimi
Sabotage is a film that was made in 1930s but could easily be made into a blockbuster today. The central issue is terrorism which, in today's society, is a hot topic. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Suzanne Lewis
There's no question that Alfred Hitchcock is a master film director, seeing as how a movie this old can hold up decently in 2011. Read morePublished on May 7, 2011 by Zachary Koenig
This film shows how good Hitchcock was even in his early films. The suspense is palpable, especially when the boy is carrying the bomb. Read morePublished on October 3, 2010 by Israel Drazin
Not to be confused with The Saboteur, Hitchcock's first American-made motion picture. The motion picture Sabotage is very loosely based on Joseph Conrad's short novel The Secret... Read morePublished on September 10, 2010 by TomCZorn
Early Alfred Hitchcock thriller, set in late 1930s London. A Scotland Yard detective posing as a fruit stand salesman, is casing this small London theater, watching this man who... Read morePublished on May 16, 2010 by Critic's Corner by Scotman
Let's see now. If you were working undercover for New Scotland Yard, would you (a) make a pass at a suspected terrorist's wife and then compound matters by (b) telling her what... Read morePublished on January 17, 2010 by William F. Flanigan Jr.
I am an early Hitchcock film lover. His early British films show the Hitchcock touch starting to emerge. Read morePublished on April 7, 2009 by Leo Catalano