Today we have a couple of films about how NOT to pursue a goal – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre vs. Requiem for a Dream.
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Kim Kardashian, Mean Girls, and Sucker Punch – how are they related? Let’s try to figure it out with today’s matchup. I came across an article about the recent disagreement between Kim Kardashian and Chloë Moretz...
It’s another satire double feature, this time about the media manipulation of the masses – Ace in the Hole vs. Starship Troopers.
This time, we have two satirical films about “players” – a movie executive and a drug dealer. Let’s see how they come together with Spring Breakers vs. The Player.
Today’s matchup is one of leadership. Who makes the better cinematic leader – George C. Scott or Patrick Swayze?
In light of it being Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and to kick off the new Matchup of the Day series, Flickchart offers this Civil Rights era matchup for your consideration.
Flickchart was created to address the timeless conversational exercise of comparing two films head to head. One of the most frequent comparisons moviegoers have made throughout the last century is between remakes and their...
What makes a Spielberg movie a Spielberg movie? In the 1970s, it was scary stuff happening in daylight.
HAUSU is a J-horror, a scrapbook of tropes, and a movie whose trailer alone caused Roger Ebert to say “WTF.”
If you want to understand martial arts in today’s popular culture, look no further than Bruce Lee and Enter the Dragon. That’s why this is a special combo post: a Movie to Watch With Your Dad Before You Die.