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Vertigo
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Vertigo 1958


description written by member Terrence:

The Alfred Hitchcock Classic starring Jimmy Stewart as man whose fear of heights and obession over a mysterious woman lead him and us into of cinemas most enduring and mesmerizing mysteries.

Directed By:
Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
Written By:
No image existsSamuel A. Taylor
Starring:
James StewartJames Stewart
No image existsKim Novak
No image existsBarbara Bel Geddes
No image existsTom Helmore
No image existsEllen Corby
No image existsHenry Jones
No image existsRaymond Bailey
No image existsLee Patrick

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Vertigo Movie Review by James (6/12/2017)

Alfred Hitchcock was considered the master of suspense, with almost every movie he made. And for good reason. His films always kept the audience guessing, and wondering what was going to happen next. Plus, there was always a hint of tension with each production Hitchcock worked on, giving the audience something to be...

(complete Vertigo review by James)


Vertigo Movie Review by BillyJean (11/9/2009)

Well, my Demented Darlings -

Vertigo has got to be one of the screwiest and most disturbing movies about men and their 'modern-day' mental illnesses that I have ever seen. It's true.

The mental illness that I'm talking about here is, of course - Men's totally twisted and fanatical obsession about having complete and...

(complete Vertigo review by BillyJean)


Vertigo Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/7/2008)

Oscar ignored this fantastic film by Hitchcock starring James Stewart. It gave nomination for Art and Set decoration and Sound. Small acknowledgment of an outstanding film.

James Stewart was outstanding as a detective that was duped by his "friend (Tom Helmore)." We were all led on an adventure that made absolutely no...

(complete Vertigo review by Movie Addict)


Vertigo Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (10/24/2007)

Years ago I watched this movie and I never understood what the fuss was about. I don't think I was able, at that age, to see all the subtleties and nuances of this complex and lovely film.

It follows a former police detective (Jimmy Stewart) hired by a friend to track the man's wife (Kim Novak). This leads into a...

(complete Vertigo review by Jessica Film Junkie)


Vertigo Movie Review by Jarrod (8/29/2007)

'Vertigo' is my favorite Hitchcock film, and possibly his greatest achievement as a director, but then I have loved and admired so much of his work that it is difficult for me to pick just one title from his impressive and varied portfolio. 'Vertigo' is famous, really famous, frequently appearing on most any list of the...

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