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It’s been 90 years since talkies hit the screens, but silents weren’t done dominating cinema, as we see in our look back at 1927.
This month on TCM it’s movies condemned by the Catholic Legion of Decency, Star of the Month Merle Oberon, a look at art and artists on film, and nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die!
The first of the legendary Qatsi movies warns against the artificiality of modern life, but soars by the grace of a modern, synthesized score.
1926, seemingly by coincidence, became a gigantic year of firsts – not only for some of the biggest filmmakers of all time, but also for the technology and growth of film.
We’re traveling 100 years in our cinema time machine to see the best films from 1918!
Dashiell Hammett’s ground-breaking 1930 detective novel “The Maltese Falcon” is often credited as being the seminal novel in the hard-boiled detective genre. In addition to being a major influence on pulp detective literature, it...
“What I have done is going to be puzzled over and studied and followed… forever.” Well, it will certainly be remembered. In 1995, sophomore feature-film director David Fincher and fledgling screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker...
Your mind is the scene of the crime. So reads the tagline for Inception, the new film from writer/director Christopher Nolan that just dares you to try and summarize it in a few sentences....