Life is a Cabaret, old chum, so let’s compare the movie and stage versions of this classic musical.
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“I hear your voice all the time. Every man has your voice.”
At the height of his career, writer/director Billy Wilder was one of the most popular and well-respected filmmakers in Hollywood, and his films have stood the test of time, with ten of them appearing in the Flickchart Top 1000.
How does Disneys latest live-action retelling of an animated classic fare? Find out in our review.
In Six Degrees of Separation, we take two films and connect them through directors, actors, and characters using six or less connections. This edition jumps between two Oscar nominees: The Grand Budapest Hotel and American Sniper. Can you connect them in less than six?
If Pope Francis were on Flickchart, his #1 movie would be this one about a woman who makes five-star food and brings chaos to a quiet community.
Our very own Jeff Lombardi takes a look at five movies that feature the double threat of Nazi zombies.
Deserving of reevaluation, Paul Schrader’s American Gigolo (1980) has not always been a highly regarded film, but there’s more beneath its pop exterior than what meets the eye.
THE SOUND OF MUSIC is loved and respected, but not as much as you’d expect during the fifty years since its debut. Here’s some of the many reasons its greatness should be celebrated.
The Italian giallo films were widely known for their black-gloved killers, stylized violence, sexual perversion, and loopy psychiatric justifications for murder, but those aren’t the only things that made this once burgeoning horror subgenre...