16. Rear Window (1954)
As his broken leg heals, wheelchair-bound L.B. Jeffries becomes absorbed with the parade of life across the courtyard: A dancer, a lonely woman, a composer and a bedridden woman and her husband become like creatures in his voyeuristic zoo. But when one of them disappears, Jeffries suspects foul play — and suddenly he finds himself in the center of the action with nowhere to run.
K and I decided to watch this one during one of our days off. The beginning dragged a bit, but once the story was in place the drama started to add up. We especially liked the ending. Enjoyable but only once…