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Film Friday: Charles Chaplin's best film, 'Limelight'
Picking a favorite Charles Chaplin movie might be difficult for some, but for me, Limelight is his best.
Film Friday: Michael Fassbender, Kodi Smit-McPhee head west in ‘Slow West’
While the big-budget Western is long gone, the genre is thriving among indie filmmakers.
Happy Birthday Olivia de Havilland: Hollywood's last Golden Age star turns 99
There are very few remaining stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood and one of those left is Olivia De Havilland.
Film Friday: ‘Field of Dreams’ starring Kevin Costner, music by James Horner
This week, we lost one of recent cinema history’s great composers, James Horner.
Film Friday: Christopher Nolan's 'Batman Begins' starring Christian Bale
This week marked the 10th anniversary of the release of Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins. Just let that sink in for a second.
Blu-ray Review: 'The Golden Year - 1939' with 'Gone with the Wind,' 'Hunchback of Notre Dame' and more
There are some truly incredible years in film history, but none so mythic as 1939. Over the decades, we have been told countless times that 1939 produced the best films Hollywood ever made.
Film Friday: Disney's 'TRON' – Taking back the Grid with Jeff Bridges
Among the Walt Disney Company's long list of achievements – from creating the first animated American feature film to figuring out how to get Mickey Mouse's face on a shampoo bottle – is the TRON<
Film Friday: Terence Davies' 'The Deep Blue Sea' with Tom Hiddleston & Rachel Weisz
The moment it becomes clear that the opening narration for the film you are about to watch is actually a suicide note, it is obvious that you are about to watch a dreary, depressing picture.
'Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith' at 10: Your reminder that the prequels are over (thankfully)
On this weekend 10 years ago, the lights dimmed in theaters around the world as we all sat and waited for what could have been the last time the Star Wars title march blared from theater speake
Aca-Film Friday: Jason Moore's 'Pitch Perfect': Or How I Got Pitch-Slapped
One of the best parts of being a film fan is that you can still be genuinely surprised by a movie. Pitch Perfect is one movie that I am continuously surprised by every time I see it.
Film Friday: Preston Sturges' 'Sullivan's Travels' – The comedy is the message
Making people laugh in movie theaters used to be the goal of the best filmmakers. It used to be an art form, the responsibility of great screenwriters.
Orson Welles at 100: Looking beyond 'Citizen Kane'
Orson Welles was born on May 6, 1915, meaning that today would have been his 100th birthday were he still alive. Welles died on Oct.
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