Can a live-action remake surpass a 50-year-old animated classic? Only a Flickchart face-off can determine the true King of the Jungle.
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Sixty years ago, the cinematic landscape was quite different. Let’s take a look at the best that 1955 had to offer in film.
Will you face an old fear this October, or find a new one? Our bloggers reveal the horror movies that have traumatized them.
TCM’s Summer Under the Stars features a treasure trove of films from classic stars – here’s your day by day viewing guide according to Flickchart!
Fred Zinnemann’s films won awards, became cultural touchstones, and reached the upper echelons of Flickchart without breaking a sweat stylistically.
Death to Smoochy is a highly underrated and highly entertaining movie. If nothing else, watch it for an underseen Robin Williams performance. Written by the same writer/director of Cabin Boy, Adam Resnick, and directed by Danny DeVito, this is a great Guilty Pleasure!
We continue our decade countdown with the Top Ten Films of 1975 according to Flickchart users.
If you go on trial, you want Juror 8 from 12 ANGRY MEN on your jury. If you get convicted anyway, you want reporter P.J. McNeal from CALL NORTHSIDE 777 to tell your story. If these two classic films showed up in court, how would you rule?
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?
“I think you’re crazy, but I admire your attitude.”