TCM Presents Rear Window Synopsis
Ben Mankiewicz presents the 1954 Hitchcock classic, starring James Stewart and Grace Kelly.

Movie Reviews

Rear Window / Alfred Hitchcock

By melaniewcates
Best Movie that Alfred Hitchcock ever made and probably one of the best 100 films ever made! Awesome seeing it on the big screen. Love it! I have probably seen it 100 times already but I noticed...

Puts modern movies to shame

By jwmorrissey
This movie is an experience! By comparison, most movies today are excessively loud, illiterate, and crude. A different experience from the small screen. On the big screen only does one get the full...

Rear Window in the theater

By kstevensmith
My son and went to see this and man was it good. I've seen this a dozen times on TV and my son has watched it a few too but man, on the big screen it's sooooo much better. It was like it came out...

The Best Way to See a Classic!

By Hitchcock_Fanster
I am an avid Hitchcock fan, and Rear Window is one of his best for many reasons; namely, the actors, direction, and the telling of the story from the main character's perspective. Hitchcock was...

Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window

By sharonnewhigham
In a word...OUTSTANDING!...

Even Better On The BIG Screen!

By Sox575
I really enjoyed seeing Alfred Hitchcock's REAR WINDOW on the big screen the way it was meant to be. It's one of my favorite Hitchcock films and watching it the other night I could pick out details...

Rear Window

By jeffnancy640
Any movie directed by Alfred Hitchcock is good, but to see one on the big screen is a real treat. You miss so much on a small screen. Good for adults a little racy for the younger set. It is...

Classic suspense

By aviatress
No matter how many times you may have seen Rear Window on the small screen, this special rerelease is a must-see for Hitchcock fans. It is absolutely worth seeing this classic thriller in its native...

Nearly perfect film

By rawilbers292
I won't go so far as to say that this was Hitchcock's best film, but it has to be in the top five. Grace Kelly, Jimmy Stewart, Thelma Ritter and Raymond Burr. Wow. The film succeeds in most all...

Great Film

By ron945
Nothing like seeing a Hitchcock masterpiece on the big screen. I am looking forward to more presentations like this....

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Rated PG