# 207. Dial M for Murder (1954)
Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece of double-cross and intrigue stars Ray Milland as former tennis champ Tony Wendice, who concocts a plan to kill his rich and philandering wife, Margot Mary (Grace Kelly), who’s embroiled in a heated affair with a writer, Mark Halliday (Robert Cummings). When Tony’s plans go awry, he improvises with a second act of deceit, but the entire affair turns out to be far messier than he expected.
This is a good movie. I can see how this movie is a classic. Alfred Hitchcock did a wonderful job in the setting the story and he created a mysterious, very well paced, twisted plot full of never-ending suspicion. Even though you know what is going to happen and when it is going to happen in this film, it still makes you wonder what could go wrong in the thought to be flaw-less murder plan.