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The bloggers count down Flickcharters’ ten favorite movies from 1976, and add their personal favorites as well.
“You ain’t ugly like me, it’s just that we both have got scars.”
Pioneering zombie film director George Romero and pioneering female director Ida Lupino were born on this date.
Django is a classic Spaghetti Western from 1968 that was so successful that it spawned scads of unofficial sequels. Some of them are bad, and some of them are worse. All of them, however, are worth watching. Come check out my list of unofficial Django sequels!
In Six Degrees of Separation, we take two films and connect them through directors, actors, and characters using six or less connections. This edition jumps between two Oscar nominees: The Grand Budapest Hotel and American Sniper. Can you connect them in less than six?
What’s up against the literary phenomenon this coming weekend? Find out in our Weekend Preview.
Samurai movies are made for watching with your Dad. 1961’s Yojimbo is one of director Akira Kurosawa’s best. It’s cool, it’s pulpy, it’s intense. Watch it with your Dad.
Given American Sniper’s massive success in theaters, could its exposure muddy the waters in a murder trial?
So, American Sniper, you’ve just scored six Oscar nominations. What are you going to do next? Oh, how about shattering a bunch of box office records?