Arguably Hitchcock's greatest work, "Vertigo" and "Psycho" be damned. Cary Grant is effortless, and while the corn field and Mount Rushmore set pieces are rightfully iconic, it's a smoldering conversation between Grant and Eva Marie Saint on the New York Central that keeps me returning over and over.
A confident, vibrant, and outright hilarious debut from director Olivia Wilde. As best friends, Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein have a remarkable chemistry, and the rest of the cast — including a truly inspired Billie Lourd — shine just as bright. The overall result is one of the best teen comedies in years.