Stuart Kemp:

Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane no longer enjoys the moniker of greatest film of all time, a plaudit it has held for 50 years.

The movie has occupied top billing in the British Film Institute-published magazine Sight & Sound’s once-a-decade international critics’ film poll since 1962.

I’m not really sure what changed in the past year (I guess just taste?), but I do love Vertigo (yes, more than Citizen Kane).