This film is often criticized for its cop-out ending, but even worse is the beginning. The introductory scenes are sloppily constructed and the characters are annoying. Grant is a broke, lazy, and deceitful cad (these are his good qualities; he may also be a murderer) who somehow manages to move about in high society. Fontaine is beautiful and supposedly intelligent but marries Grant after about five minutes of courtship. Bruce is a blithering idiot but somehow has millions saved. The film gets better after Grant stops behaving like a buffoon and there are some nice Hitchcock touches, such as the classic scene with the glass of milk, but it is not enough to save this from mediocrity.
Suspicion (1941) 1080p YIFY Movie
Suspicion (1941) 1080p
Suspicion is a movie starring Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine, and Cedric Hardwicke. A shy young heiress marries a charming gentleman, and soon begins to suspect he is planning to murder her.
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The Synopsis for Suspicion (1941) 1080p
Johnny Aysgarth is a handsome gambler who seems to live by borrowing money from friends. He meets shy Lina McLaidlaw on a train whilst trying to travel in a first class carriage with a third class ticket. He begins to court Lina and before long they are married. It is only after the honeymoon that she discovers his true character and she starts to become suspicious when Johnny's friend and business partner, Beaky, is killed mysteriously.
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Sloppy and AnnoyingReviewed bykenjhaVote: 6/10
Ah, to be swept up in Cary Grant's arms and never to be let go. That's the heroine's fantasy in this classic Hitchcock suspense film. And who among us would not share that fantasy despite the fact that Grant's character, Johnny, seems to use his impetuous nature to cover up the fact that he's more than a bit shady around the edges.
After all, if you have spent your life being a Plain Jane, and a smiling Johnny (Cary) calls you "monkeyface" with adoration in those handsome brown eyes, why quibble with details? -- Besides, didn't Cary prove that your money is not at the root of his love when he married you anyway even after your father cut off your inheritance because of his suspicions of Johnny.
Joan Fontaine deserved her Oscar in the film's central role. And it has always resounded with me as sort of a personal theme piece --- always having been attracted to men with a bit of a dark side.
Hitchcock's masterpiece and Fontaine's fantastic acting allow you to identify with her thoughts and emotions before she thinks or emotes them. This is an all-time classic.
This is one of the least satisfying of all Hitchcock's films. It simply does not hang together as a love story or make sense as a thriller. Cary Grant's rogue is charming and amusing but simply unconvincing as a possible murderer and Joan Fontaine frets, dithers, and whimpers so long and so feebly that no sensible audience would vote to keep her alive past the second reel. In short, the movie simply goes nowhere.
This is simply a directionless film with no ending and not much point. The only good thing about it is the fact that it served as practice to allow the master director to sharpen his skills for far better efforts.