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Review of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

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Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet StreetRating: ★★★☆☆☆☆☆☆☆

Review

The movie “The demon barber of fleet street” released on march 1936, in UK. And it is a mixer of crime and horror, who murdered many customers for their money; this has done in very Dickensian style. Todd slaughter performed well he had the ability to make a cardboard villain into a full blooded character at the same movement he is the person who scare you upon first introduction without really trying. Tod slaughter has his reputation for his film unfortunate that he never perform well in Hitchcock film, everyone can watch this movie who likes to watch crime and horror films, their can enjoy the film with more tension that what is going to be happen next.

Reason to Watch

Every artist in the film had involved in their character.

Context

The film made in UK During the period of 1936.

Most Memorable Quote(s)

Todd slaugher seem to be a person who’d scare you upon first introduction without really trying

What You Need to Get Through This Movie

we must be careful while we are going to barber shop.

Trivia

Tod slaugher had reputation for the film “unfortunate” that he never performed well in a Hitchcock film

Educational Content

Becareful regarding the strangers while going to other places. anywhere in the world

Justification for Rating

For me this movie deserves a 7/10. It is one of those films that just seems to show us where a lot of ideas have come from in many of our modern films. Hordes of zombies attack a lone person(s) in the dead of night, dozens of blood/flesh thirsty zombies surrounding a car are locked inside… sound familiar? Most of us can relate this to a lot of modern zombie and horror flicks. If you are in the mood to just sick back and enjoy a movie without too much thought on the plot and possible holes, you will enjoy this movie.

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