theatlantic:

nprfreshair:

Sight & Sound Magazine announced the list of their critics’ poll of the greatest films of all time…surprise, surprise.

Critics’ #1 choice: Vertigo

Directors’ #1 choice: Tokyo Story

Feeling like a philistine — never even heard of The Mirror, Man with a Movie Camera, or Sunrise.

(Reblogged from theatlantic)

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  1. fuckyeahilike reblogged this from plurdledgabbleblotchits and added:
    yes
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  3. thelonliestmonk reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    Vertigo? Vertigo isn’t even the best Hitchcock film…
  4. thisbeautifulhunger reblogged this from jesuisperdu
  5. librarygoddess reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    Vertigo is one great film.
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  9. revolutiontrainee reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    YES.YES.YES. ABSOLUTELY! This is...time, and if you don’t agree you’re just an idiot.
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    Feeling like a philistine — never even heard of The Mirror, Man with a Movie Camera, or Sunrise.
  16. matanuska-thunderfuck reblogged this from jesuisperdu and added:
    god dammit Rear Window is so much better than Vertigo
  17. ruisenora reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    Oh yeah, Vertigo.
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