Every ten years, the British Film Institute's Sight & Sound magazine conducts an international film critics' poll for a list of the 10 Best Films. Since this poll started in the early 1960s, the same film took the top spot. The 2012 list was published and a San Francisco police detective with a fear of heights replaced the newspaper magnate called Citizen Kane. Yes, the 1941 Orson Welles classic is now in second place. In the top spot is Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo -- another Hitchcock film to have James Stewart as a character in peril dangling from the outside of a building and the first Hitchcock film to incorporate color animation in a sequence with live action. It's visually rich and hypnotic.