Opinion Battles Round 17 – Favourite Alfred Hitchcock Film

Opinion Battles Round 17 – Favourite Alfred Hitchcock film

Movie Reviews 101

Opinion Battles Round 17

Favourite Alfred Hitchcock Film

5 Oscar nomination but not a single win, Alfred Hitchcock is easily considered one of the great directors of all time, he tackled nearly all the genre but debates go on for days on just which is the best.

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I went for the horror film that sticks in everyone’s memory, it has the shocking ending, the shocking opening and redefined the horror genre through the story of one man and his mother.

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Rear Window

Oh good – this is an easier round than the last one. I mean, I LOVE all of Alfred Hitchcock’s films but one has…

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10 Responses to Opinion Battles Round 17 – Favourite Alfred Hitchcock Film

  1. Hope I’m not “coming out of the blue” since it is a month old discussion, but I have to go with Vertigo. One of the most popular, it is so for a good reason. Wonderful film with multilayered structure

  2. Blog Andrew says:

    I loved ‘Marnie’

  3. Tom Schultz says:

    Vertigo. Who could blame Jimmy Stewart for obsessing over Kim Novak? Plus, Hitch had to devise a second ending to get past the censors….couldn’t have the villain get away with it in the 1950s!

  4. Notorious! Can’t get enough of it.

  5. beetleypete says:

    Nice to ‘see’ you again, Em. It always cheers me up!
    I voted for ‘Strangers on a Train’, one of the few Hitchcock films I like.
    As ever, Pete.

  6. vinnieh says:

    Rear Window gets my vote.

  7. I love all of Hitchcock’s films up to and including “The Birds.” My absolute favorite is “Rear Window” (my #3 all-time favorite film), followed by “North By Northwest” and “Vertigo.” I just saw “Lifeboat” for the first time a couple weeks ago.

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