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Rear Window: A wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder.

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Ratings: IMDB: 8.6/10 Metascore: N/A RT: 100%
Released: August 04, 1954
Runtime: 112 mins
Genres: Crime Drama Mystery Romance Thriller
Countries: USA
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Actors: Alan Lee Alfred Hitchcock Anthony Warde Art Gilmore Benny Bartlett Bess Flowers Dick Simmons Don Dunning Eddie Parker Frank Cady Fred Graham Gig Young Grace Kelly Harry Landers Iphigenie Castiglioni Jack Stoney James Cornell James Stewart Jesslyn Fax Jonni Paris Judith Evelyn Kathryn Grant Len Hendry Marla English Mike Mahoney Nick Borgani Ralph Smiley Rand Harper Raymond Burr Ross Bagdasarian Sara Berner Sue Casey Thelma Ritter Wendell Corey

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Posted by Beetroot 5 years ago
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Voyeurism at its finest!

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Posted by sobouchat 2 years, 6 months ago
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Never gets old... Hitchcock is immortal!The plot is simple and yet it works every time you watch it! 10/10

Posted by daivee 2 years, 8 months ago
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So good! The camera never leaves the place yet you are never bored. 5/5

Posted by robchar 1 year, 1 month ago
+3 | +3 / -0

I just saw this for the first time and WOW I was blown away by this, yes it is a very slow movie to begin with but as the movie goes on and on it gets a little faster every 10 minutes and by the end it was EPIC (CLASSIC). If you stick with it you will see how great the cast is with a great simple storyline 5/5

Posted by cineadict 2 years, 4 months ago
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One of my favorite so I often watch it because it's like if I was there with them . Hot summer days, sunset you can really feel , hear. even smell NYC. The images are perfection, the acting the dialogues OMG ! Grace Kelly in all her splendor and that music Lisa Yeah Perfection!

Posted by Amorph 4 years, 3 months ago
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Love this....especially the tension near the end....now I know the origins of Brian De Palma's Sisters ;) . Im sure that this was a huge influence on it.

Posted by thedaydreamer92 4 years, 11 months ago
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Love this movie! 10/10

Posted by Living_in_Screens 5 years, 2 months ago
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A classic that transcends time.

Posted by fishkettlebanana 5 years, 3 months ago
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this movie has perfect plot, atmosphere, and creep right down to the blackened windows of the killer. For a film approaching 60 this film has a level of implied gore only found in more graphic dramas like Dexter. I still love the hat box and what could be inside it

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Posted by RichardWhiteley 5 years, 8 months ago
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Hitch's attention to detail has never been better. From Raymond Burr's straw hat to the reflections in Stewart's lenses to the soundtrack with invisible kids playing, everything is calculated and perfect. Stewart's features are flawless as well. His facial contortions as he satisfies an itch under his leg cast are uncanny. I found myself sticking my tongue sideways between my teeth right along with him. A full load of Hitchcock suspense is delivered in measured doses right up to the climax. The cigarette smoking in the dark bit was one of the most frightening scenes I remember from my childhood movie watching. The final shot is a complete mystery to me.

Posted by whitewillow 5 years, 9 months ago
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First movie in a long while I was actually on the edge of my seat, worth the watch :)

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Posted by ChanceRox 9 months ago
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Pure amazingness! It captivates you and pulls you in. I LOVE THIS MOVIE! Hitchcock was the MAN! I freakin love his movies!! 5/5 stars

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Posted by TaureDawn 2 years, 11 months ago
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Rear Window is one of Hitchcock's best films. I personally found more mystery and suspense in Rear Window than I did watching Vertigo. 9.5/10

Posted by silverdun 2 months ago
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Saw this on tv but missed the first 5 mins, came to catch up here, really good movie! Funny too :)

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Posted by swanboxing 7 months ago
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Out of all of Alfred Hitchcock's many good movies, Rear Window is the most masterful cinematic experience 5/5

Posted by gretaroxx 1 year, 8 months ago
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i found this movie amusing coz i thought his imagination was running crazy but man that ending .. thrilling af !

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Posted by raidmar 2 years, 11 months ago
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simply fantastic, Hitchcock showing his brilliance and Kelly And Stewart gifted talents for acting. the others were great too. 10/10

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Posted by TaureDawn 2 years, 11 months ago
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Did Jeff really see what he saw or was his imagination going wild? - Watch one of Hitchcock's greatest suspenseful mystery films to find out! 9.5/10

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Posted by BondJamesBond 3 years, 2 months ago
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a good plot from hitchcock...

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Posted by HalliBot1138 3 years, 4 months ago
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Epic Hitchcock film always loved this one! Enjoy! =] 5/5

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