This week we’ll be doing matchups featuring the work of director Stanley Kubrick. Let’s commence with a bit of the old ultra-violence – A Clockwork Orange vs. Scarface.
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How many of Flickchart’s top 10 films from 1978 have you seen?
In more ways than you think, slime holds many of the worlds of film together. We count down numbers 10-6 of the best showcases for this wonderful stuff.
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!
This real-life story of Nazi art theft and a woman’s fight to right an old wrong is compelling enough, but the execution is too hackneyed to do it justice.
All 13 Ghibli-era features from Hayao Miyazaki are listed, ranked, and analyzed to uncover the recurring themes that fired his passion and made him the world’s greatest living animator.
Welcome to the latest installment of Flickchart Road Trip, in which I’m starting in Los Angeles and “driving” across country, watching one movie from each state and posting about it once a week. The new...
Almost everybody has their favorite film from Pixar Animation Studios. And it’s not surprising; no other studio has enjoyed Pixar’s mind-boggling brand of success. Of eleven feature films, every single one has been a...