Actress turned director, Elizabeth Banks, says that the box office failure of her 'Charlie's Angels' reboot reinforces the stereotype that men don't support women in action flicks. How true are her claims and is there a way to investigate the matter further? Let's find out together!
In teaching history at the college level, I have found it useful to use historically based films in upper level (junior / senior) courses. Students are instructed about the “differences” between written history and historically based or connected film, as well as the meaning of bias, agenda,...
Are you looking for a great film to watch? Something out of the ordinary? This list is for you. I guarantee you'll find a film on here that you will end up recommending to all your friends.
The cinema is a bastion of societal reflection. 1950's Hollywood beautifully captured the growing unrest among classes, races, and a troubled youth boiling beneath a repressed, conformist society.
Remember when Phoebe Cates got out of that pool in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High?" Here are nine other scenes that'll tighten those blue jeans.
A visual history of The Golden Gate Bridge as depicted in the movies.
A movie about a boy who is stuck in a terrible situation where he has to decide between what is right and loyalty.
A visual history of London's Big Ben as depicted in the movies.
This article summarizes the career of actor Peter Fonda by using the autobiographical recollections provided by Fonda's memoir, "Don't Tell Dad."
Dr. Hannibal Lecter is without doubt one the most unforgettable character to ever grace the silver screen. Here is my personal review and ranking of his cinematic adventures !