Even at the age of 90, it seemed that Agnès Varda could go on making movies forever, constantly reinventing herself and experimenting with radical new forms. One of her last films was the documentary...
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100 years ago Hollywood came into its own, and Flickchart’s Top Ten shows the height of Chaplin shorts, the beginnings of Keaton and Fairbanks, and more!
June on TCM brings a plethora of movies based on stage plays, star of the month Marie Dressler, and over 40 “Movies to See Before You Die”!
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.