Tagged: Humphrey Bogart
Post-war disillusionment is going strong in a year full of noir, but escapism remains to balance out Flickchart’s Top 10 of 1947!
Enjoying Summer Under the Stars so far? Here’s the rest of it!
We jump in our Flickchart Time Machine and head back to 1936, with a top ten full to bursting with Hitchcock, Lang, Capra, Astaire & Rogers, Chaplin and especially William Powell!
April on TCM brings a trio of Barrymores, nearly the full filmography of Judy Garland, a wonderful collection of German Expressionist films, Gregory Peck’s centenary, and nearly 40 Movies to See Before You Die!
Today we have a couple of films about how NOT to pursue a goal – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre vs. Requiem for a Dream.
It’s been seventy years since 1946, but these films are as fresh as the day they came out.
Detective stories trace their lineage back to Edgar Allen Poe, but it’s hard-boiled detective fiction penned by authors like Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler that has made the most impression on cinema, as evidenced by Flickchart’s Top Ten Detective Films.
“I said I liked it – I didn’t say I wanted to kiss it.”
Flickchart users place 10 Humphrey Bogart titles in the top 1000 films of all time, and several of Bogie’s movies have been selected as users’ favorite flicks. Get the stats on one of the studio era’s most enduring stars.