For this entry in our monthly anniversary series, we set our time machines to 80 years ago. What are your top-ranked films from 1937?
Tagged: Cary Grant
Post-war disillusionment is going strong in a year full of noir, but escapism remains to balance out Flickchart’s Top 10 of 1947!
The first two days of TCM Film Fest brought Pre-Code rarities, noir both American and Argentine, forgotten Cary Grant, and heartwarming Americana.
It’s been seventy years since 1946, but these films are as fresh as the day they came out.
Sixty years ago, the cinematic landscape was quite different. Let’s take a look at the best that 1955 had to offer in film.
Twice Audrey Hepburn went toe-to-toe against a lineup of lowlifes and looked good doing it. A close examination of CHARADE and WAIT UNTIL DARK will show which ’60s flick is the hippest.
“I said I liked it – I didn’t say I wanted to kiss it.”
Few actors in the history of cinema are as well-beloved as James Stewart. His affable drawl and passionate investment in every role pervades his long career. Here’s a look at his Top 13 films on Flickchart.
“We are protected by the enormity of your stupidity, for a time.”
If you could go back in time, what wrong would you correct? The Academy Awards highlight some of the best films ever made, but they certainly don’t always get it right. Let’s travel back to 2005 and see which Best Picture nominee should have won.