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The Man Who Knew Too Much

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Dr. Ben McKenna is on vacation with his wife and son in Morocco when a chance encounter with a stranger sets their trip, and their lives, on a drastically different course. They accidentally stumble on to an assassination plot and the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering.
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Total Film
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July 29, 2014

Making marvellous use of settings and locations, Hitchcock treats the viewer to superbly choreographed set-pieces.
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Sky Movies
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July 29, 2014

Even middling Hitchcock is a cut above most thrillers.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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July 01, 2008

Far superior to the 1934 version, The Man Who Knew Too Much, underestimated at its 1956 release, should be considered as one of Hitchcock's masterpieces.
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Film4
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March 27, 2009

This version lacks some of the economy of the first, and, unusually for Hitchcock, it sags in the middle. Fortunately, there's a marked improvement as it reaches the last third.
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Reel Film Reviews
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March 24, 2014

...a decent thriller that's ultimately saved by its stellar performances and absolutely enthralling last act.
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Radio Times
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July 29, 2014

James Stewart is superb, and Bernard Miles and Brenda de Banzie make admirable adversaries.
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Variety
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March 26, 2009

While drawing the footage out a bit long, he still keeps suspense working at all times and gets strong performances from the two stars and other cast members.
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Empire Magazine
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March 27, 2009

Hitch's remake of his own film results in an equally compelling action thriller with sterling performances from Stewart and Day.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Starting slowly amid colourful but rather superfluous travelogue-style Moroccan footage, the film improves no end as it progresses.
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TV Guide
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March 27, 2009

Hitchcock's scenes are beautifully framed and tautly directed.
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New York Times

March 25, 2006

Even in mammoth VistaVision, the old Hitchcock thriller-stuff has punch.
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Chicago Reader
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March 27, 2009

The film is uncharacteristically rigid and pious for Hitchcock; it feels more like a work of duty than conviction.
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