Alexander McCright’s review published on Letterboxd:
Rope seems to be the closest film of Hitchcock to being a play. Since it all takes place in one location in real time with long takes lasting upwards of 10 minutes. This seems to be one of the better liked Hitchcock films, and while I love it i wouldn't say it is one of my favorites. There is a lot to like here jimmy Stewart, the moutains of suspense built throughout the film. There is even a little bit of romance which I can always appreciate. It is a very inventive movie, and given what Jimmy Stewart has said about film a very difficult film to make. I can understand someone not liking this film, but for me personally I really like it. It is maybe not one of my abousulte favorite films Hitchcock, but it is an incredible film from him nonetheless that I highly recommend.