In the aftermath of the 2016 U.S. election, I asked movie lovers on Facebook and Twitter what films restore their faith in humanity. Here are their responses.
As Roger Ebert once wrote, “Each film is only as good as its villain,” and “only a great villain can transform a good try into a triumph.” Those words can be applied to many movies throughout cinema history, but none more so than Billy Wilder’s The Apartment (1960) and its villain, J.D. “Jeff” Sheldrake (Fred MacMurray).
Celebrating #NationalClassicMovieDay with a list of essentials for buffs and beginners alike.
I’m excited to announce that I’ve been selected for membership in the Classic Movie Blog Association (CMBA). I’m honored and thrilled to be a part of this group of wonderful bloggers, and I’m looking forward to getting to know and learn from them. I also want to take this time to thank you, the reader,…
William Holden has become my favorite actor since I binge-watched seven of his movies for the Marathon Stars Blogathon this past March. I can’t get enough of the guy, so I was thrilled to have an opportunity to participate in this Golden Boy Blogathon dedicated to the actor. This time, I decided to tackle one of his lesser-known films, and a rather notorious one at that.
The struggling Orson Welles crowdfunding campaign, TCMFF updates, and more.
Photos and TCM’s tribute schedule in honor of Gregory Peck’s 100th Birthday.
Featuring female action stars in the 1910s, disability in film, Burt Reynolds at #TCMFF, and more.
This week in movie news: new on Netflix in April, movie rating complaints, a ROMAN HOLIDAY musical, and more.
Noteworthy movie news and nuggets from around the Internet this week: Indiana Jones 5, the Ben-Hur trailer, TCM Classic Film Festival updates, and more!
What I discovered about actor William Holden while watching seven of his movies, from Born Yesterday (1950) to Network (1976).