Tagged: John Wayne
Read about the first western talkie, a true landmark of American cinema.
Finishing off the TCM Festival with a couple more rarities and unique programs, but also some beloved favorites – Fred Astaire musicals and John Wayne westerns.
Whether you want exploitation, rugged anti-heroes, expatriot German filmmakers, or just 50+ Movies to See Before You Die, TCM’s got you covered this month!
It’s a matchup about rightin’ wrongs, whether through legal or extralegal means – The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance vs. John Wick.
TCM’s Summer Under the Stars features a treasure trove of films from classic stars – here’s your day by day viewing guide according to Flickchart!
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.
According to a new Harris Poll, Denzel Washington is America’s top movie star, a distinction he’s held four times in the past. This year, an online survey conducted among 2,255 U.S. adults saw Washington...
1926, seemingly by coincidence, became a gigantic year of firsts – not only for some of the biggest filmmakers of all time, but also for the technology and growth of film.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has returned in The Last Stand, a sort-of amped up, extra-violent version of Unstoppable. It’s not perfect, and starts off kind of slow, but once the film gets going it becomes the...