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The Man in the Net

The Man in the Net(1959)

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  • ABSOLUTELY CLASSIC!

    • Al Darnell Jr.
    • 9/3/09

    This movie was to say the least exhilirating and suspenseful. I couldn't draw myself from the screen from the moment I turned to this movie. The character of Linda, played an absolutely strong role of a vindictive and deranged wife resentful to her husbands strong character of believing in his work and trying to live a saintly life in order to aid her in her problems. The husband seemed at first somewhat stoic, but then understandibly became compelling and his demeanor seemed to enhance the suspense of the scenes. And lastly the kids in the movie were absolutely marvellous and awe-inspiring. I couldn't help but thanks GOD for the heart of a child. All in all this is an absolutely fantastic classic!

  • Disturbing Little Thriller!

    • R
    • 9/3/09

    Taut, creepy film about an alcoholic wife & iconoclastic artist.He is accused of her murder...and you get to wish he had killed her before too long.Quite a bit above average for a movie which is virtually unseen these days.The children figure in a bizarre way...they actually are the most disturbing part of the film.Would definitely recommend, requires your attention!

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