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Classic Film

On a Black and White Film

Yara Zgheib | Posted 05.26.2016 | Arts
Yara Zgheib

Turn off the news, put your shoes on. Take me on a date, to the movies tonight. We'll park the car, our masks, the world outside, and head into the old theater, where they play reels in black and white.

20 Years Ago, 'A Goofy Movie' Became the Blackest, Most Underrated Nerd Classic of All Time

Jordan Calhoun | Posted 10.27.2016 | Black Voices
Jordan Calhoun

When it comes to embracing pop culture and navigating your crazy ass family, only to find who you are? 20 years ago we were given that story when we met Max and followed his adventure across country, and 20 years later it remains one of the most underrated Disney movies in history.

The Classic Hollywood Contact Sheets You Were Never Meant To See

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 01.06.2015 | Arts

Back in the 1950s and 1960s, contact sheets were the primary vehicles connecting icons of the silver screen like Marilyn Monroe and Jimmy Stewart with...

Movies Ready for Reassessment

Mark Juddery | Posted 10.07.2012 | Entertainment
Mark Juddery

So Vertigo -- a 1957 flop that was greeted with bad reviews ("another Hitchcock-and-bull story") -- is now apparently the greatest film every made.

In The Godfather: Part II, Why Does One of the Goons Trying to Kill Frank Pentangelli in the Bar Say, "Michael Corleone Says Hello"?

Quora | Posted 07.11.2012 | Entertainment

This question originally appeared on Quora. By Richard Stern, Award-winning Filmmaker & Entrepreneur There are a lot of theories about that line. ...

Just When Did The Quality Of Hollywood Films Start To Drop?

John Farr | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
John Farr

While Hollywood continues to dominate the global film market, the most original, intelligent, and enduring movies today are being made outside this country.

The Best Bogart Movies By Farr

John Farr | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
John Farr

What follows are my favorite under-exposed Bogie picks. I'm consciously omitting what are arguably his most famous "landmark" films.