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Remembering Leonard Nimoy: A look at 'Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home'
At the heart of the Star Trek film franchise is the trilogy that kept it alive. And the man who made a significant contribution to keeping it going was Leonard Nimoy.
Film Friday: William Holden in 'Fedora' – Billy Wilder takes on Hollywood ageism
Hollywood may have loved Billy Wilder, but Billy Wilder did not like Hollywood.
Film Friday: 'Birdman' director Alejandro G. Inarritu's '21 Grams' with Naomi Watts
The idea of hyperlink cinema wasn't something Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu created, but he was one of the best practitioners of this story-telling method.
Film Friday: 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' starring Katharine Hepburn
Eugene O'Neill was one of the great American playwrights of the first half of the 20th Century.
Film Friday: Gillian Robespierre's 'Obvious Child' starring Jenny Slate
Comedy is at its best when it skewers a heavy topic and the target in Gillian Robespierre's first feature film, Obvious Child, is abortion.
Film Friday: George Stevens' Production of 'GIANT' with James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor
Had James Dean not died suddenly at age 24, George Stevens' Giant would be remembered today on its own merits, rather than as the last film by one of pop culture's great icons.
Film Friday: Damien Chazelle's Best Picture nominee 'Whiplash' with Miles Teller & J.K. Simmons
Whiplash has the making of your typical story about a poor young musician and his genius teacher.
Film Friday: Paul Thomas Anderson's Oscar-nominated 'Inherent Vice' with Joaquin Phoenix
At the center of the joints Doc Sportello lights up in Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice is The Big Sleep, Kiss Me Deadly, The Long Goodbye and countless other noir clas
Remembering Rod Taylor: A look at Alfred Hitchcock's 'The Birds'
From the moment the late Rod Taylor walks into the pet store at the start of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, the Master of Suspense has the audience wondering how this is supposed to terrify them
Film Friday: Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' starring Ralph Fiennes
If 2014 has proven anything in the film world, it is that a film's awards chances shouldn't be limited because of an early release.
Remembering Luise Rainer: A look at 'The Good Earth'
Luise Rainer was was not just another European import to Hollywood. She wasn’t just a pretty face. She was an artist at a time when Hollywood run more like a machine.
Film Friday: Frank Capra's 'You Can't Take It With You' with James Stewart
As we reach the final days of 2014, many of us are spending time with our families after weeks, months and maybe years apart.
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