Every film playing on TCM in February has been nominated for an Oscar. Here’s your Flickchart guide.
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Already missing FilmStruck? So are we. Fill the void with this guide to TCM’s upcoming programming!
These 10 titans of film – one of them still living – turn 100 in 2018. Celebrate them all year long with their highest-ranking films!
Flickchart’s Top 10 for 1957 is one of the most diverse years on record, with classics from the USA, England, Japan, Sweden, and Italy. How many have you seen?
For October, TCM is bringing more Trailblazing Women, Star of the Month Christopher Lee, and lots and lots and lots of horror – not to mention nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die.
TCM in 2016! Read all about the many films January has in store…
Where were you twenty years ago? Maybe you were seeing some of these in the theater? If not, here’s your guide to checking out the best films of 1995, as ranked by Flickchart’s users.
Do you believe in love at first sight? Or maybe a better analogy for this question is a one-night stand. Our bloggers reveal their highest-ranked films that they’ve seen just one time.
Not by coincidence, Akira Kurosawa’s DREAMS marries his deepest fears with his love of things that come from the sky. Take a closer look at the way life and death are partnered with rain, snow, fog, flower petals, and birds in one of the great director’s final films.
Samurai movies are made for watching with your Dad. 1961’s Yojimbo is one of director Akira Kurosawa’s best. It’s cool, it’s pulpy, it’s intense. Watch it with your Dad.