Rear Window details
|Formats:||PG DVD, 15 Blu-ray|
|Starring:||James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter, Raymond Burr, Ross Bagdasarian, Sara Berner, Frank Cady, Georgine Darcy, Harris Davenport, Marla English, Judith Evelyn, Jesslyn Fax, Alan Lee, Irene Winston|
|Genre:||Thriller - General, Mystery|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL MUSIC OPERATIONS|
|Collections:||100 Horror Films, 100 must-see movies, 100 Top Thrillers, American Film Institute's top 100, Must See Movies|
|Run time:||1 hour 52 minutes|
|Rental release:||21 Apr 2003|
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Hitchcock Classic.By john evans from cardiff,wales. , 01 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]James Stewart confined to a wheel chair with a broken leg relieves the boredom by harmless spying on his neighbours.It`s hot summertime so all the windows in the appartments opposite are open,most of the time.He gets suspicious when the wife of the arguing couple who live opposite go missing.He enlists the help of his girlfriend(Grace Kelly) to do the leg work.You see as he does,through their windows,people living different lives.Stewart and Kelly interact marvelously and she`s never looked more beautiful.
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Not as good as it once seemed!By a customer , 05 Apr 2013Am I the only one who was disappointed? My memory was of nail-biting tension, and somehow it didn't happen any more. James Stewart, my one-time hero, now seems just TOO languid.
Rear Window: Hitchcock goldBy Dougie2450 (1 review) from Oxford , 20 Mar 2013It's an awesome hitchcock classic, Jimmy Stewart is amazing and Grace Kelly is stunning. What give spoilers but it's a fantastic Hitchcock thriller that will make you laugh. defo get this
Gripping Timeless ThrillerBy TabiMcKitty (3 reviews) , 19 Mar 2013Have seen this film a few times and thoroughly enjoyed seeing this again. Timeless. James Stewart was great and Raymond Burr was a very creepy baddie!
You cannot fail to enjoy this movieBy a customer , 23 Feb 2013Never thought it would be this good! Watching the first 5 minutes its hard to initially get involved and take to the characters but half way into the film you'll be gripped!
brilliant filmBy cheesekake (1311 reviews) from uk , 06 Oct 2012gotta love Hitchcock, his films are just brilliant considering the time they made, love his cameos in each one.
defo worth watching