David Fincher’s new film following Herman ‘Mank’ Mankiewicz as he writes the screenplay of ‘Citizen Kane’ is a stunning piece of cinema and a must-watch for anyone who loves old movies.
An Iowan farmer, a duo of bargain hunters, and a modern Arthurian legend star in some of the best movies to watch this summer if you’re pining for baseball.
Dripping with atmosphere, suspense, and glamour, the film noir turns mystery into art. Watch these three picks while you’re stuck at home.
‘Pretty Woman’ is celebrating its 30th anniversary this week, but there’s even more reason to watch the classic film again (and again) during self-isolation. It’s the ultimate capitalist rom-com.
Children shouldn’t be completely sheltered from evil, but parents should make wise, informed choices before they expose their kids to entertainment content.
This podcast should be fantastic. The premise of a charismatic comedian experiencing many of these treasured movies for the first time held promise.
Turn to movies and art for a mental reset during these trying political times. Here are seven picks to remind you that unity and shared values still exist.
There is good reason the Library of Congress chose only the original for preservation for being ‘culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.’
Legend, myth, storytelling, preservation of memory — these ideas constitute the thematic heart of ‘The Sandlot.’ For its 25th anniversary, the film returns to theaters July 22 and 24.
John Hughes simply must be defended. He was a singular talent and could be considered the most overtly America-loving filmmaker since Frank Capra.
‘The Top 10 Westerns Ever Made, Plus 10 More Deep Cuts’ was deeply disappointing to this film buff. So here’s a deeper, better, alternative list.
With a memorable strong female character and an affectionate portrayal of the rural-urban divide, ‘My Cousin Vinny’ is worth a rewatch in woke times.
The heartbeat that drives ‘The Karate Kid’ may be stronger now than it was in 1984. For all its superficial flaws, this film overflows with timeless wisdom for how to raise good men.
Millennials like me love to complain about how much easier dating must have been for our parents and grandparents. But this film shows that finding love wasn’t exactly easy back then, either.
While older generations may know everything there is to know about the quotable mafia flick, millennials may have yet to bask in the glory of Marlon Brando’s mystifying role.
‘Christmas in Connecticut’ has not just fun and beauty to recommend it, but also a great range and serious insights into American society.
When you face Death, a vague idea isn’t going to save you. Nor is the agnostic weakness of saying you just don’t know.
‘La La Land’ is a love letter to classic Hollywood, a film for film lovers, with nostalgic references to the classic films of yesteryear scattered throughout.
With the score, the story of ‘Vertigo’ recedes in importance and the movie lover can luxuriate in the fusion of two art forms, the visual and the musical.
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