100 years ago Hollywood came into its own, and Flickchart’s Top Ten shows the height of Chaplin shorts, the beginnings of Keaton and Fairbanks, and more!
Tagged: Charlie Chaplin
We jump in our Flickchart Time Machine and head back to 1936, with a top ten full to bursting with Hitchcock, Lang, Capra, Astaire & Rogers, Chaplin and especially William Powell!
June on TCM brings a plethora of movies based on stage plays, star of the month Marie Dressler, and over 40 “Movies to See Before You Die”!
What do we find on the Flickchart Top 10 for 1916? Probably pretty close to what people in 1916 liked the most: Chaplin. Lots and lots of Chaplin.
Today’s matchup features two films where a man who has it all discovers that love is the greatest treasure.
This week we’ve all been focusing on going back to the future – now it’s time to go forward to the past! Or something. Whatever, we’re looking at 1925.
Our bloggers have been asked to choose four directors to represent the very best in film. Who would you choose to carve on a “Directors’ Mount Rushmore”?
Check out the top 10 movie stories of the week, plus our top 5 new trailers!
Almost everybody has their favorite film from Pixar Animation Studios. And it’s not surprising; no other studio has enjoyed Pixar’s mind-boggling brand of success. Of eleven feature films, every single one has been a...
In 1924, two of cinema’s most famous film studios were created. Three companies, Marcus Loew’s Metro Pictures Corporation, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation and Louis B. Mayer Picutres Company combined to form MGM. The first film...