Time-Lapse Panorama Of Hitchcock’s Rear Window

I have every Hitchcock movie, but this was the first one I ever saw, so it’s kind of special to me.

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  • slc1

    Many viewers think that Vertigo was the better of the two movies. IMHO, Stewart was better in Rear Window, mainly because Grace Kelly and Thelma Ritter were better actors then Kim Novak and Barbara Bel Geddes and got a better performance out of him.

    • Kylie Sturgess

      I’ve enjoyed all of his films, but my heart belongs to North By Northwest. And I agree, I think that Stewart was better in Rear Window.

  • d cwilson

    That movie had one of Hitchcock’s best openings.

    And for the horrendous remake alone, Shia LeBeef deserves a good beating.

    • slc1

      1. It’s Shia La Boeuf

      2. Most remakes are greatly inferior to the original movie.

      3. Mr. La Boeuf would appear to be following in the footsteps an infamous Hollywood bad boy of the 1940′s and 1950′s, Lawrence Tierney, as he has had a couple of DUIs and at least one bar room brawl to his credit thus far.

  • http://triciabertram.wordpress.com/ Tricia Bertram

    He was the master of suspense. I’m old enough to remember the TV series, wish they would repeat them.

  • Aliasalpha

    Bah, its not as good as L.F. Dibley’s version.

  • F

    I thought the video manipulation was really cool there.

    Love Rear Window as well.


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