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1001 Movies Club - North By Northwest (1959)
#355. North By Northwest (1959)
Why It's In The Book: "Working from one of the all-time great scripts by Ernest Lehman, and featuring several of cinema's greatest action sequences – the crop duster attack, the chase across the face(s) of Mount Rushmore – Hitchcock ended his golden period on the highest of notes with North By Northwest. Even the title sequences, designed by Saul Bass, are memorable and Bernard Herrmann's score is equal to his iconic themes from Psycho (1960) and Vertigo (1958)." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Jay Cluitt - 10/10
"Filled with glamour, wit, excitement and big scenes on a large canvas, there’s something here to please everyone, as long as they like really great films."
Michaël Parent - 10/10
"With this film, Hitchcock wanted to check many things on his long list of elements he liked and wanted to include in a film."
Movie Guy Steve - 10/10
"...my favorite movie ever..."
Adolytsi - 9/10
"Even with the shift in genre, the film screams Hitchcock at its core."
Chip Lary - 9/10
"North by Northwest is one of the best, if not the best, movies directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Even people who know little about his films can usually name this as being one of his."
Doug Tilley - 9/10
"Perhaps Alfred Hitchcock's most entertaining film, North By Northwest is an absolute juggernaut, matching a wonderfully witty script by Ernest Lehman with an impossibly charismatic Cary Grant in the lead."
K.J. Broyles - 9/10
"And while Hitchcock probably didn't realize it when he made the movie, over fifty years later it's still providing entertainment, and in my case a lesson in history. Kudos to you Mr. Hitchcock!"
Klaus Ming - 9/10
"North by Northwest is an iconic production which helped set the standard for the modern suspense/spy thriller genre."
Squish - 9/10
"Some... didn't like this one due to the fact that the film had this particularly strange feel of cockiness. I attribute that solely to Cary Grant, because he's always been a cocky guy in Hitchcockian film. Big cocky. Cocky till the cows come home. Cock-tastic even."