The first two days of TCM Film Fest brought Pre-Code rarities, noir both American and Argentine, forgotten Cary Grant, and heartwarming Americana.
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Whether you want exploitation, rugged anti-heroes, expatriot German filmmakers, or just 50+ Movies to See Before You Die, TCM’s got you covered this month!
April on TCM brings a trio of Barrymores, nearly the full filmography of Judy Garland, a wonderful collection of German Expressionist films, Gregory Peck’s centenary, and nearly 40 Movies to See Before You Die!
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!
Here’s Part 2 of our February guide to TCM – February on TCM is always the 31 Days of Oscar, TCM’s way of celebrating the Academy Awards by airing a month’s worth of films that have all been nominated for Oscars.
Let’s look a little below the surface of the latest Coen Brothers film “Hail, Caesar!” to discover which elements are pulled from various bits of real Hollywood history and legend, as well as the films produced in Hollywood’s Golden Age.
It’s time for TCM’s annual 31 Days of Oscar celebration – every movie playing in February has at least been nominated for an Academy Award.
TCM in 2016! Read all about the many films January has in store…
2015 has ended and we’ve compiled a snapshot of what you – the Flickcharters – have currently ranked as the top films of 2015. See if your favorites made the cut!
Michael Mann’s epic L.A. crime saga “Heat” turns 20 today. In celebration, we’re pitting it, in true Flickchart fashion, against Mann’s OTHER great L.A. crime thriller, “Collateral”. Which will come out on top?