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Blu-ray Review - Under Capricorn


While a master of filmmaking, one of the all-time greats of the form, Alfred Hitchcock wasn't immune to a few failures during his reign. 1949's "Under Capricorn" arrived a year after his imaginative dramatic construction on "Rope," working to sustain such extended theatricality for a costume drama, and one that's largely missing conflict and certainly lacking pace. Hitchcock tries to find his way around the picture, delivering all the craft he can muster, only to find the general lethargy of the material smothering style at every turn. Read the rest at 


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