Few actors in the history of cinema are as well-beloved as James Stewart. His affable drawl and passionate investment in every role pervades his long career. Here’s a look at his Top 13 films on Flickchart.
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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!
“You don’t look at the things that you have, you only look at the stuff that you don’t have.”
The Godfather movies aren’t just textbook filmmaking, they’re very nearly textbook history. A historian and film fanatic annotates 10 plot points from the trilogy.
We continue our decade countdown with the Top Ten Films of 1975 according to Flickchart users.
Criterion brings you a window into the lives of resilient, hard-working miners fighting not to get out of work, but to get safe conditions and better, fairer pay for their work.
A look at some of the smallest acting roles of one of cinema’s biggest names.
If you could go back in time, what wrong would you correct? The Academy Awards highlight some of the best films ever made, but they certainly don’t always get it right. Let’s travel back to 2005 and see which Best Picture nominee should have won.
From Iron Man to Guardians of the Galaxy – here is the definitive ranking of all MCU movies leading up to the Age of Ultron. Does your favorite top the list?
How does the film version of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy stack against its source material? Switch on your Infinite Improbabilty Drive to find out!