Celebrate Valentine’s Day with some of our favorite on-screen couples.
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Are we hearing the score of a television show or of a movie? What can the characters on the screen hear? What makes it so beautiful? Why am I crying?
Looking for a film romance for this Valentine’s Day that defies expectations? We’ve got a few suggestions for you.
“If you ever get hungry, our garden back home is full of snails. We tried everything to get rid of them. We never thought of a Frenchman!”
A look back at the many memorable roles and talents of the late, great Alan Rickman.
“No, I’m the real thing.”
Is the middle of your Flickchart a mess? Do you struggle when a critical favorite comes up against a nostalgia favorite? Consider a new Flickcharting philosophy.
Fred Zinnemann’s films won awards, became cultural touchstones, and reached the upper echelons of Flickchart without breaking a sweat stylistically.
This real-life story of Nazi art theft and a woman’s fight to right an old wrong is compelling enough, but the execution is too hackneyed to do it justice.
“Kingsman: The Secret Service is a film that distracts the audience with popcorn spectacle so that they don’t see Matthew Vaughn slip social commentary into their pockets.” Read our full review of this surprisingly great movie starring Colin Firth.