Let’s look a little below the surface of the latest Coen Brothers film “Hail, Caesar!” to discover which elements are pulled from various bits of real Hollywood history and legend, as well as the films produced in Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Actresses Charlotte Rampling and Barbara Hershey were born today, so let’s take a look at the well-regarded Woody Allen film Hannah and Her Sisters and the controversial The Night Porter – two of their better-known performances.
Pioneering zombie film director George Romero and pioneering female director Ida Lupino were born on this date.
If you love Coen-style comedy and classic Hollywood, you’ll be be saying “Hail, Coens!”
Today’s matchup features two films where a man who has it all discovers that love is the greatest treasure.
Would adding these categories improve the Oscars, or just make a long show longer?
“My friend and me got a hankerin’ for Switzerland chocolate and a good smoke.”
This time around, our matchup of the day involves movies about two guys dancing their way to self-realization.
There are a number of recent articles discussing the odd connection between the original Star Wars and the epic melodrama The Other Side of Midnight. For those of you who weren’t aware of their place together in cinematic history, today’s matchup will fill you in.
It’s time for TCM’s annual 31 Days of Oscar celebration – every movie playing in February has at least been nominated for an Academy Award.