Sometimes a “motion picture” contains very little “motion”. And sometimes that’s not a bad thing.
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The bloggers count down Flickcharters’ ten favorite movies from 1976, and add their personal favorites as well.
The first two days of TCM Film Fest brought Pre-Code rarities, noir both American and Argentine, forgotten Cary Grant, and heartwarming Americana.
Our reporter in Austin struggles through a star-studded bomb but experiences the world’s first feature-length 360-degree movie at SXSW.
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!
“Other than my eye, two things aren’t paralyzed, my imagination and my memory.”
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.
There are a number of recent articles discussing the odd connection between the original Star Wars and the epic melodrama The Other Side of Midnight. For those of you who weren’t aware of their place together in cinematic history, today’s matchup will fill you in.