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Wow! REAR WINDOW vs. PSYCHO? Tough one!
indeed a though one.
This is a tough one.
It had to happen. It just HAD to happen. Rear Window wins.
Both are suspense masterpieces, but I thought Rear Window was better.
"Psycho" is brilliant, but "Rear Window" is even more so.
Rear Window has all the suspense of Psycho with wit and humor to boot. Rear Window narrowly edges out Psycho.
I really don't know.
Psycho is brilliant, but somewhat overrated. Rear Window, on the other hand, is a masterpiece which deserves all its credit. It might not be as thrilling as Psycho for most of the time, but its ending is as suspenseful as it gets, and its subtle humour adds to an amazing viewing experience. Oh, and James Stewart and Grace Kelly just have wonderful chemistry together.
Top 2 Hitchcock films. "Rear Window" is more entertaining, and more impressive. The camera never leaves Stewart's apartment.
My two favourite Hitchcock films as well, but Psycho for me
Rear Window is damn near flawless.
2 phenomenal films, but Rear Window is my favourite Hitchcock.
James Stewart has the most interesting character in Rear Window, and even he's a bit on the bland side. I'll take Norman Bates and his "mother" in this matchup.
Two absolute masterpieces but Rear Window surprised me TOO MUCH!
Psycho for me and it's no contest. Rear Window is a film I appreciate more than enjoy.
Psycho. I liked Rear Window, but it really took its time to set things up, so I was kind of bored during the first 30 minutes or so. Psycho was much more interesting.
on Mar 17
Despite the first 30 minutes, boring some in Rear Window, I wasn't. I loved both and WOW, what an epic matchup, For me Rear Window!
on May 13