February 11th is Inventor’s Day in the United States. Today’s matchup features two movies from actress Hedy Lamarr, who went on to help form “the technical backbone that makes cellular phones, fax machines and other wireless operations possible”.
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A look back at the many memorable roles and talents of the late, great Alan Rickman.
We remember David Bowie and the films he elevated.
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!
If you can’t name a murdered Oscar winner, if you don’t know how to qualify for Olympic ping-pong, if you’ve ever wanted to work in a brothel, this list is for you.
A Korean John Hughes movie? An X-rated drug trip starring Tadanobu Asano? A film in Chinese and Quechua? It must be the AAAFF.
What’s the one movie that’s made you scared and laughed the most simultaneously?
One of our past contributing bloggers, moviejuyjon (Jon Hardesty), has a new bite-sized, Flickchart-centric YouTube series he’s calling “Flickchart Fights”! Check it out!
Peter Jackson’s first Middle Earth trilogy, like J.R.R. Tolkien’s original story, is full of details. We’ve highlighted ten of them that make a little more sense if you’ve read the books… and their appendices!
A look back at the box office successes and failures of the summer.