Body Double

1984

Action / Crime / Mystery / Thriller

Body Double (1984) download yts

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Melanie Griffith as Holly Body
Casey Sander as Man #2 in 'Holly Does Hollywood'
Steven Bauer as Assistant Director in 'Holly Does Hollywood'
Gregg Henry as Sam Bouchard
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862.65 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 54 min
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1.84 GB
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23.976 fps
1hr 54 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Thomas Rufer (Spanish_Prisoner) 8 / 10

hilarious exercise in style and murder mystery

I've been a fan of De Palma long time and I just saw this one this night. To my enjoyment, I had a few smiles, even laughters, intensity, involving to the storyline, getting that suspense that is needed.

This movie is a perfect example to pull of what Hitchcock has done best in "Rear Window" and "Vertigo". De Palma set up those two basic ideas into a story that's really enjoyable and intense same time. Especially when you are in the knowledge of the movies of the 40s and 50s and the art of making a thriller you are just going to be pleased.

My guess is that De Palma made this movie out of pure pleasure, doing all those great stuff with claustrophobia, sexual need, voyeurism, grotesque murder, and most of all terrifying suspense.

The murder sequence was in my opinion of a well crafted exercise in suspense. You fear, then you hope, then you try to guess, it goes all right, then all wrong, the hero comes, it seems at right time, but still too late, it all goes on and on and you can't believe it happened. Loved and hated the sequence, for film-making and emotional purposes.

Not the greatest, but definitely one of De Palmas best.

Reviewed by GizmoMkI 5 / 10

De Palma in his Hitchcock Phase


Sort of a cross between "Rear Window" and "Vertigo" but instead of James Stewart we get Craig Wasson as a struggling actor mixed in with some sly jokes at the film studios, actors, and adult films. Visually very stylish with hypnotic score. Bizarre music video sequence is well done to the tune of "Relax" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. If you can look past the plot holes, it's an entertaining over-the-top effort from De Palma.

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