The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ★★★★☆

“A single crash of Cymbals and how it rocked the lives of an American family.” Revamping his 1934 thriller into an exotic, suspenseful adventure, Hitchcock makes excellent use of location, stunning chemistry between Doris Day and James Stewart, and the sharp story of what appears to be an average man, drawn into an assassination plot. “The Man Who Knew Too…

The Trouble With Harry (1955) ★★★★☆

Who said being dead was easy…  A dead body inconveniently appears on the hillside above the town of Highwater, Vermont. It is stumbled upon on by Captain Albert Wiles (Edmund Gwenn), who is convinced he shot the man when previously trying to kill a rabbit. His efforts in hiding the body however, are thrown down the drain as fellow…

Rear Window (1954) ★★★★★

Us watching someone watch someone else… A week before scheduled to get out of a leg cast that has made him housebound, photographer L.B. Jeffries (James Stewart) witnesses what he suspects to be a murder. He informs his nurse, who dismisses the idea, advising him to stay out of other peoples’ business. His girlfriend, Lisa (Grace Kelly), doesn’t believe…