It's always nice to find a Hitchcock movie that I hadn't seen before. Even if it's not that great. It suffers from the problem of people constantly being beat up and tied up and escaping and getting caught again. It concentrates a bit too much on plot when it has some great characters, particularly Leon M. Lion, who provides the comedy relief.
Style over substance, but in the short duration of time, Hitch packs the film with expressionistic lighting, rapid editing, and fluid camera movements. I wish the "MacGuffin" was a bit stronger and there were less characters in this mess of a otherwise entertaining movie.