10 film celebrities are turning 100 years old this year. Celebrate with these 10 movies that showcase their talents.
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Remaking a foreign language film for an English speaking American audience can be quiet a feat. In fact, it probably should never be done as the success rate of good remakes is fairly low....
The uninspired Summer of 2010 continues. The two major releases look OK, and I’m sure they have their moments, it would just be nice to get a real slobberknocker of a movie released here...
New Releases: Edge of Darkness (DVD & Blu-ray) The return of Mel Gibson. I’ve missed him more than I could possibly express. I even watched Paparazzi and The Singing Detective (The Singing Detective was...
Every film playing on TCM in February has been nominated for an Oscar. Here’s your Flickchart guide.
With a Spotlight dedicated to the Hollywood Blacklist, Star of the Month James Stewart, as well as over 40 Films to See Before You Die, TCM is must-watch TV in November.
It’s October, and October means horror! TCM brings a smattering of classic horror from arthouse to cult and everything in between.
Melodrama, character actors, Easter, and nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die – what can it be? TCM in April, of course!
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!
In November TCM bring us a spotlight on documentary filmmaking, Star of the Month Natalie Wood, healthy doses of Fred & Ginger and Alfred Hitchcock, plus nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die. Enjoy!