60 years ago these movies were the best of the best, say Flickcharters.
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Today is the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the event that brought America into World War II. Here are ten movies from five countries that tell the history of the war.
What do we find on the Flickchart Top 10 for 1916? Probably pretty close to what people in 1916 liked the most: Chaplin. Lots and lots of Chaplin.
Our bloggers choose their favorite films from the creative juggernaut that is Pixar Animation Studios. Which Pixar film is tops for you?
Peter Jackson’s first Middle Earth trilogy, like J.R.R. Tolkien’s original story, is full of details. We’ve highlighted ten of them that make a little more sense if you’ve read the books… and their appendices!
“Have you no human consideration? Show me a human, and I might have!”
Thursday is the new Friday, apparently. A new trend is emerging where big movies are opening a day or two early to pad opening weekend grosses. Star Trek Into Darkness (opening today in the UK, Australia...
Olympus Has Fallen is barely out of the gate (see our review here), and now we get the first glimpse at this year’s other White House-under-assault movie, White House Down, in the form of three teaser...
Be sure to get all hot and bothered with Desire before taking on Fear. FEAR Let’s get the scariest movie scene in the history of humankind out of the way right now: