Fifty years ago it was 1965; let’s hop in our time travel vehicle and see what Flickchart users rank the highest from that year.
Category: Top Tens
Peter Jackson’s first Middle Earth trilogy, like J.R.R. Tolkien’s original story, is full of details. We’ve highlighted ten of them that make a little more sense if you’ve read the books… and their appendices!
Take a trip back with us eighty years(!) to discover what films have stood the test of time from 1935.
Take a trip back with us thirty years to discover what films have stood the test of time from 1985.
The toughest broad in Hollywood and also one of its most sparkling comediennes, Barbara Stanwyck could do it all – and she did in over 80 pictures in almost 40 years. Raise a glass to “Missy” on her 108th birthday.
Can’t make it to the beach this summer? Live vicariously with ten highly-ranked Flickchart movies that know how to have fun in the sun!
Omar Sharif, whose intro in LAWRENCE OF ARABIA is a seminal moment in movie history, died today at 83. See his ten best films as decided by Flickchart users.
Fred Zinnemann’s films won awards, became cultural touchstones, and reached the upper echelons of Flickchart without breaking a sweat stylistically.
We continue our decade countdown with the Top Ten Films of 1945 according to Flickchart users.
Detective stories trace their lineage back to Edgar Allen Poe, but it’s hard-boiled detective fiction penned by authors like Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler that has made the most impression on cinema, as evidenced by Flickchart’s Top Ten Detective Films.