Hitchcock has directed many classics, innovated various techniques and provided the people unique thrilled throughout his career but if there is a movie I would personally consider as his best, it would be Rear Window. Rear window is a masterpiece, it blew me away the first time and I'm still as impressed after several viewings. The premise of the movie is pretty simple, a man in cast sitting by his window and basically spying on his neighbors. The set is amazing and the atmosphere captivating. Hitchcock came up with the brilliant idea of having real sound recording. There is no external soundtrack, for example, we can here a song in the movie, only if one of the characters is playing it or listening to it and the whole soundtrack was recorded from the room where most of the movie takes place(Jeff's apartment), providing really raw sound which added a superb effect to the atmosphere. The cast is amazing. James Stewart is as good as ever in the role of Jeff and Grace Kelly is simply enchanting as Lisa. The romance is entertaining and interesting enough. The dialogues are very pleasant,Jeff-Lisa arguments are thoroughly entertaining and Stella's dark humor is a very welcomed touch. The directing is top notch as one would expect. Hitchcock does an amazing job here in creating an interaction between the audience and the film. The way this is filmed enables the audience be Jeff Jefferies and accompany the characters in this movie. This is a movie that has got it all, every ingredient for an entertainment feast; the thrill, the intensity, the Hitchock suspense, the superb atmosphere, entertaining romance, the comedic aspect, a great cast, a masterful director...this is a classic. This is a movie that imo will never age and will always be considered as the masterpiece that it is. A movie to discover and re-discover for any cinema lovers:the ultimate must-see.