These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Ear Worm: Qué será, será! Whatever will be, will be!
Ensemble Darkhorse: Abbot from the original movie has become commonly selected as the best character.
Even Better Sequel: A lot of people, including Hitchcock himself, consider the remake to be even better than the well-received 1934 original.
Narm: "How are you going to get the child out of here? EH!? EH!? EH!?"
She Really Can Act: Doris Day, especially after her character receives word of Hank's kidnapping.
They Just Didn't Care: Universal hasn't done as good a job taking care of this movie as they have other Hitchcock movies from the 1950s. This fact seems especially disappointing after learning that it is one of five movies that Hitch filmed in the sharp and colorful VistaVision format, but the only one of the five to come to Blu-Ray Disc with rapid color fluctuations. Heck, after Criterion restored the original version in 2012, the remake now looks even uglier than that, despite coming out over 20 years later.
When Universal acquired the distribution rights in 1983, they replaced Paramount's opening and closing logos with their own. Some time later, they restored Paramount's original introduction, but still kept the Universal logo at the end-complete with an out-of-date byline for MCA.
What an Idiot: Some might wonder why Ben needs Jo's help to realize "Ambrose Chapel" refers to a church instead of a taxidermist. The subtitles on the Blu-Ray make this seem especially idiotic by spelling Bernard's dying words without the extra L.