Vertigo Synopsis
VERTIGO, 1958, Universal, 128 min. In director Alfred Hitchcock’s psychological suspense masterpiece, retired police detective "Scottie" Ferguson (James Stewart) becomes obsessed with Madeleine Elster (Kim Novak), a troubled woman he is hired to...
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why not the best?

By eshelman10
Ranked this year above Citizen Kane, Vertigo is now rated the greatest film of all time. These rankings are always tenuous and arguable but there is no doubt to its greatness. A withering study of...

Awesome....but makes you dizzy

By ShakingSpine
It is a very old movie where people thought the special effects in the opening credits were a big hoot when they are very wussy now, but dont let that fool you. This film is absolutely wonderful....

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Hitchcock's masterpiece

By vitalogst
Vertigo starts simply, a detective has a terrible accident that causes a fear of heights. An old friend needs help guarding his wife who's been acting strangely. This simple set up allows a...

A Dizzying Masterpiece.

By Moviedude
I can see why this is regarded as Hitchcock's best achievement.Vertigo is just what the title says.It's a masterpiece that's very unusual,mysterious,and very enjoyable.There isn't anything bad about...


By Fayego55
If you are an Alfred Hitchcock movie lover, and you enjoy seeing the old, old classics on the BIG screen, then you will enjoy seeing this movie. I love the fact that Alamo Drafthouse is showing the...


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By Danland
Hitchcock at his very BEST! Beautiful, heartbreaking and magnificent....

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By chancesdad
This is classic Hitchcock at his best! Great storyline and characters, beautifully filmed in the San Francisco and Bay areas...this is my favorite Hitchcock movie of them all!...

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Rated PG
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Must-see Hitchcock thriller for any classic movie bug.
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