These 10 titans of film – one of them still living – turn 100 in 2018. Celebrate them all year long with their highest-ranking films!
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Flickchart’s Top 10 for 1957 is one of the most diverse years on record, with classics from the USA, England, Japan, Sweden, and Italy. How many have you seen?
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!
Continuing our Flickchart guide to TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar celebration, here are sixteen more days of Oscar-nominated films, including nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die!
TCM in December means aging gracefully (or less so), Star of the Month Myrna Loy, the 90th Anniversary of Vitaphone, and of course, Christmas movies!
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!
A look at one Flickcharter’s “unfiltered” list of top foreign films, based soley on his rankings on Flickchart.
The Virgin Spring is Ingmar Bergman’s undervalued, visually arresting masterpiece from 1960. To what extent is it under appreciated? Despite winning the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Bergman himself always downplayed the...
In 1921, the United States wanted American cinema to stay American and keep foreign films out of the good ‘ol U.S. Countries like France and Germany were already cultivating an expansive catalog of groundbreaking...