'Vertigo' Named Top Movie Of All Time

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'Vertigo' Named Top Movie Of All Time

The 1958 Alfred Hitchcock thriller Vertigo was named the greatest movie of all time in the British Film Institute's annual ranking of the top 50 movies, ousting Orson Welles' 1941 classic Citizen Kane from the spot it had occupied for half a century. What do you think?

  • “Hey, now that you mention it, it is objectively much better.”

    Cory Southwell
    Yarn Cleaner
  • “Yeah, Citizen Kane came out more than 70 years ago. You’ve got to keep things fresh.”

    Farrah Roesch
    Packaging Engineer
  • “This would never have happened if Rosebud had turned out to be something awesome like a rocket-car or a dragon.”

    Oswaldo Fama