MY COUSIN RACHEL is passably pretty, but lacks character or intrigue.
A new month is here, which means new TCM programming – in June, that’s Gay Hollywood, Audrey Hepburn, European Getaways, and nearly 50 movies to see before you die.
Post-war disillusionment is going strong in a year full of noir, but escapism remains to balance out Flickchart’s Top 10 of 1947!
A flat-out masterpiece, 5-25-77 is a whimsical coming-of-age love letter to life, dreams, and Star Wars.
On this episode, we are adding The ‘Burbs to our chart, and we have for the first time ever Flickchart co-founder Jeremy Thompson on the show!
Roger Moore, who passed away today at the age of 89, was the most English of James Bonds. The Flickchart community ranks his seven 007 films.
On this episode, we are featuring our new co-hosts Hannah Keefer and Doug Van Hollen, and get busy re-ranking our chart!
A balance of forces is the key to Guy Ritchie’s latest blockbuster success.
The movie poster, the year, and the cast trick us into thinking The Wraith is just another cheesy 80s flick. In reality it is something much more perplexing.
TCM in May brings creature features, Clark Gable, tributes to mothers and veterans, and more, plus nearly 40 movies to see before you die! Get cracking!