Today we have two films based on actual events that were criticized for inaccuracies – Pain & Gain vs. Munich
Amélie is a quirky, feel-good French film with a cutesy heroine. Wetlands is a German bodily function extravaganza with a delightfully vulgar heroine. With which film do your sensibilities lie?
It’s February 29th. Only happens once every four years. It’s a weird day.
Let’s look at an obscure, horror double-feature flashback. Let’s get weird.
We’re celebrating Leap Day with 10 (plus one!) memorable leaps across the silver screen.
It’s been seventy years since 1946, but these films are as fresh as the day they came out.
THE WINNERS ARE HERE!
“Other than my eye, two things aren’t paralyzed, my imagination and my memory.”
Before a new Best Picture winner joins the club this Sunday, we look back at our personal favorites and the favorites of all Flickchart users.
Today we have two films from Danish director Carl Theodor Dreyer about patriarchy and repression – The Passion of Joan of Arc vs. The Day of Wrath.
Today we have two films about love affairs that met with censorship – In the Realm of the Senses vs. The Lovers.