These ten movie figures would have turned 100 this year. Celebrate them with the help of Flickchart!
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Sorry To Bother You, but we’ve reviewed this “bizarre, disarming, and ultimately deeply entertaining” film from Boots Riley.
Join us as we head back to 1938, a prime year for screwball comedy, poetic realism, and Technicolor adventure!
Our trip through this year’s decadal anniversaries continues with Flickchart’s Top 10 films of 1987!
200,000 Flickcharters Worldwide Rank Movies 18 Million Times to Find The 20 Best-Loved Films of 2016
2016 has finally come to a close and we’ve compiled a snapshot of what you – the Flickcharters – have currently ranked as the best films of 2016. See if your favorites made the cut!
The bloggers count down Flickcharters’ ten favorite movies from 1976, and add their personal favorites as well.
July on TCM brings Westerns. Lots and lots of Westerns. Also Star of the Month Olivia de Havilland, still with us to celebrate her centenary, plus films of the ’70s, African-American pioneers, and 50 Films to See Before You Die.
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!
Usually, our Posters of Prominence articles are reserved for movie posters that speak to us in a personal and profound way. Works of art that fill us with awe and wonder, and stick with...
You will be unprepared. That’s a tagline full of promise, all right. Though I have to say, I never felt “unprepared”. There was very little in Zack Snyder‘s Sucker Punch that I didn’t expect...