In light of it being Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and to kick off the new Matchup of the Day series, Flickchart offers this Civil Rights era matchup for your consideration.
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Explore the early sound era as we look back on the movies of 1929.
The Big Apple features prominently in thousands of films. But it’s not the same city every time.
Childbirth is amazing, automatically cinematic, and carries with it unmatched dramatic power. But what if we add some guns? Or a volley of phasers? Or the devil?
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?
Two star-powered arthouse movies that take human nature to some very strange places.
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.
In November TCM bring us a spotlight on documentary filmmaking, Star of the Month Natalie Wood, healthy doses of Fred & Ginger and Alfred Hitchcock, plus nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die. Enjoy!
The largest genre film festival in the country begins today, and Flickchart is there to rank it.
10 film celebrities are turning 100 years old this year. Celebrate with these 10 movies that showcase their talents.