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Vertigo also contains two great performances -- those of James Stewart and Kim Novak.
SPOILER ALERT - STOP READING I greatly appreciate Vertigo as a well crafted movie, and certainly I like how you never know what is going to happen next.
The 1958 film Vertigo may very well be one of Alfred Hitchcock's most unusual thrillers.
Great classic movie, and a lot of fun to watch. Interesting, intriguing and a touch of genius.Published 20 hours ago by Grizzrob
Another reeling psych thriller to add to your movie-watching repertoire. Just make sure you stick through the slow start and ward off any spoilers for full enjoyment and... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Rebekah
I hadn't remembered this movie although I saw in college. What struck me now was how 'dark' James Stewart's character was. Obsessive to say the least. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amanda Forrester
You have to see this film restored on Blu Ray. It's stunning. The colors are just unbelievable. The commentary by Friedkin is passable. Read morePublished 19 days ago by T. Candelaria
'Vertigo' is a classic film which details the story of Scottie Ferguson, a retired detective who is asked by a college friend to follow his wife, played by Kim Novak, who has been... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Frank L. Urbano
I know it is supposed to be great but I found it to be drawn out and rather boring. I did not connect with the characters at all and I was not emotionally invested in them. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Jason Martin
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