This touching story had me rooting for the warm hearted ape called King Kong. The videos in this post will remind you of this classic film. Animal rights are as important today as ever!
1968 saw the release of the movies Night of the Living Dead, Planet of the Apes, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. This article contains spoilers for these movies. These movies reflected 1968 and had a significant impact on the future of movies.
I sat down with my 6 year old grand daughter to watch "The Wizard of Oz". Memories came rushing back. The Wizard of Oz was the first movie I ever saw in a Cinema. Please let me share my memories and maybe rekindle some of yours...
Looking at the AFI's top 50 heroes and villains list, T.E. Lawrence from Lawrence of Arabia comes in at #10 on the hero side...but was Lawrence of Arabia really a hero? This article takes a closer look at the good and evil done by T.E. Lawrence in Lawrence of Arabia.
This is a great list of classic Hindi Bollywood Movies from the golden age of television.
A look at the Alfred Hitchcock thriller, Shadow of a Doubt, told shown through drawings and text. The primary focus is on Uncle Charlie, the villain of the film.
Carl the Critic compares the old Chuck Jones cartoon, versus the newer Ron Howard version of a Dr. Seuss classic. But which one is better?
I'm a fan of Katherine Hepburn, and love this movie. I think she should have been the queen, but no, the African Queen was an old, grimy river boat. It gave the classic movie, and the book on which the movie was based, their names. Humphrey Bogart...
John Hughes was more than a director, more than a writer, and even more than a legend. No one defined the 80s more thoroughly through films that will forever be remembered by fans.
Quick, name the best movie ever made. This article, by former film critic Mr. Cranky, argues that Jaws, directed by Steven Spielberg, is the best movie ever, better than even Casablanca or Citizen Kane.