The Flickchart global rankings say THESE are the 50-year-old movies that matter – do you agree?
Author: Jandy Hardesty
Continuing our Flickchart guide to TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar celebration, here are sixteen more days of Oscar-nominated films, including nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die!
It’s time for TCM’s annual tribute to Oscar-nominated films, and we’ve got a day-by-day rundown of the best of the best. Check back mid-month for Part 2!
TCM welcomes us to 2017 with a day of Hitchcock, a bevy of prison films, Star of the Month Jane Wyman, and a whopping 60+ movies to see before you die!
TCM in December means aging gracefully (or less so), Star of the Month Myrna Loy, the 90th Anniversary of Vitaphone, and of course, Christmas movies!
In November TCM bring us a spotlight on documentary filmmaking, Star of the Month Natalie Wood, healthy doses of Fred & Ginger and Alfred Hitchcock, plus nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die. Enjoy!
We’re nearing the end of our travels through films hitting decade anniversaries this year, but we need to hit the heights of the silent era first – here we go to 1926!
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.
How many of Flickchart’s Top Ten movies of 1956 have you seen?
As you know, big things have small beginnings. Let’s take a look at the best of the very earliest of cinema from 110 and 120 (!) years ago, and see how the origins of film began to take shape.