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!
Category: Top Tens
How many of Flickchart’s Top Ten movies of 1956 have you seen?
Sometimes a “motion picture” contains very little “motion”. And sometimes that’s not a bad thing.
The Top Ten Tom Hardy films as determined by Flickchart users! Stats included.
I’ll bet you’ve never even noticed when a character in a movie is chewing gum. But once you start looking for it, it’s everywhere, and it can be a key to deeper understanding. No, seriously. Hear me out.
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.
The bloggers count down Flickcharters’ ten favorite movies from 1976, and add their personal favorites as well.
Lost at sea, in the wilderness or even outer space, all of these movie characters have one thing in common: a driving will to survive.
We jump in our Flickchart Time Machine and head back to 1936, with a top ten full to bursting with Hitchcock, Lang, Capra, Astaire & Rogers, Chaplin and especially William Powell!
What do we find on the Flickchart Top 10 for 1916? Probably pretty close to what people in 1916 liked the most: Chaplin. Lots and lots of Chaplin.