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      The Full Treatment

      1960 1h 33m Drama Crime Mystery & Thriller List
      Reviews 32% Audience Score 100+ Ratings A psychiatrist (Claude Dauphin) works with a Grand Prix driver (Ronald Lewis) plagued by the urge to strangle his bride (Diane Cilento). Read More Read Less

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      Dennis Schwartz Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews Filmed with no mystery, irritating characters and a psychology that only makes sense to a mental case. Rated: C+ Nov 28, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews

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      j f Pretty hilarious, but missed opportunity to make a great (intentional) comedy. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 07/25/23 Full Review Audience Member This was filmed in 1960 In 1960 psychiatry was not the cool even the kids go 2x a week thing & As this Dr said ELECTROSHOCK was an option. Drs barely had any idea what they were doing. Anyone admitting they were seeing a psychiatrist might almost as well have said they had leprosy. This... For it's day... Is quite amazing. It might even have encouraged 1,000s to seek help, as debatable as it was given it's primitiveness. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/14/23 Full Review dave s Stop Me Before I Kill isn't as monumentally bad as the title might lead one to believe, which isn't really much of an endorsement. It is bad, but just not monumentally bad. From a production point of view, it's actually pretty decent, most notably the effective cinematography. The problem here is clearly the story, which involves a racecar driver who is, ironically enough, seriously injured in a non-race related car crash, leaving him with an exceptionally bad temper and the strange desire to strangle his wife, who seems quite delightful. The troubled couple run into a psychiatrist who offers to help the young lovers, but his motives are questionable. The story is absurd from the start and becomes flagrantly ridiculous when the twist is introduced in the final act. The film tries to be Hitchcock, but only succeeds is rising above the level of Ed Wood. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Excellent really enjoyed it, they cut a scene out of the DVD. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Audience Member Hammer Productions. The be all, end of, of Great old Movies. Hitchcock has nothing on this move. Stop Me Before I Kill! had me at least 3 times, by the end I was ready for any ending. Great movie. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/02/23 Full Review Audience Member Early sixties psycodrama has a race car legend losing his mind after a car accident on his honeymoon. Moody, imbalenced and recovering from the accident he faces months of torment believing he may kill someone, probably his French wife. One of the "icons of suspense" collection of Hammer films. The first half made me quit watching, but that was the first half of the film. Stop Me Before I Kill! (1961) made me stop watching before it ended. After visits to a psychiatrist he believes is after his wife, Colby (Ronald Lewis) begins to get at the truth of his destructive tendancies. He feels he is truely going mad. But as a good patient he does everything as instructed by his psychiatrist. Worth watching once. By the way, the Full Treatment means the psychiatrist's last attempt at curing his patient. The problem is this, is the patient really crazy? Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/19/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis A psychiatrist (Claude Dauphin) works with a Grand Prix driver (Ronald Lewis) plagued by the urge to strangle his bride (Diane Cilento).
      Director
      Val Guest
      Producer
      Val Guest
      Screenwriter
      Val Guest
      Production Co
      Falcon Films, Hammer Films
      Genre
      Drama, Crime, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      English (United Kingdom)
      Release Date (DVD)
      Apr 6, 2010
      Runtime
      1h 33m