It’s time for classic film fans the world over to descend on Hollywood for TCM Fest – but if you can’t be here, don’t despair! You can watch many of the Fest’s films from the comfort of your own home.
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You know you’re a hero and that the world is not dull as it seems. So do these ten films.
If you love classic films, TCM Fest is the place for you! But if you can’t make it, you can see (some) of the films playing in the comfort of your own home.
Having already brought Lewis Carroll’s literary characters to the screen six years ago, this sequel explores an original story that will surely make a lot of money this weekend but may not be appreciated for years to come.
The TCM Classic Film Festival is an amazing experience for fans of the classics, but you can also watch many of the films from the comfort of your home!
If you could watch only 100 movies for the rest of your life, how would you choose? Our bloggers face some tough decisions in this week’s Q&A.
Our bloggers choose their favorite films from the creative juggernaut that is Pixar Animation Studios. Which Pixar film is tops for you?
A few strictly-followed rules may be just what you need to perfect your chart. This week, our bloggers share a few of their own!
Are there any great movies that might be just as great with characters bursting into song? Our bloggers imagine musical adaptations of their top 20 in this week’s Q&A.
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!