Saboteur ★★★½

This man-on-the-run flick from Hitchcock feels very familiar to many of the master's other movies about a man on the run being falsely accused (see also 'The 39 Steps', 'Young and Innocent', and 'North By Northwest') so it is hard to herald this as a stand out classic. That doesn't mean its a complete waste of time though. The film features a wide variety of interesting supporting characters like the blind man in the woods, the circus freaks, and the high society traitors to keep the proceedings more than entertaining.