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Classic Films

9 Classic Movies That You'd Never Be Able To Explain To Kids Today

The Huffington Post | Amanda Scherker | Posted 03.14.2014 | Entertainment

The sweeping technological advancements of the past decade have become instant staples in our day-to-day lives. We feel naked without our smartphones,...

Ari and Emma Review Movies They've Never Seen: Gone With the Wind

Emma Tattenbaum-Fine | Posted 03.10.2014 | Women
Emma Tattenbaum-Fine

As Ari and Emma get increasingly inebriated, they proceed to interweave the plots of movies they've never seen, across genres, space, and time.

We're Dying To See Sequels To These Classic Black Films

Posted 11.14.2013 | Black Voices

With films featuring black casts like "The Best Man Holiday" and the forthcoming "Think Like A Man Too," hitting the big screen, we couldn't help but ...

For Spring, the 10 Best Road Movies Ever

John Farr | Posted 05.31.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

Going all the way back to Homer's Odyssey, some of our finest stories take place on voyages or quests of some kind, where our hero (or heroine) not only experiences new sights and adventures, but also some transformation in thinking, circumstance, or attitude as a result. The road movie is the cinematic equivalent.

Beyond Category: 2001 and The Master

Mike Kaplan | Posted 02.19.2013 | Entertainment
Mike Kaplan

While The Master, like 2001, has meditative and metaphysical leanings -- areas that tend to unnerve audiences -- it was greeted, unlike 2001, by many rapturous reviews describing its wondrous surprises and consummate craftsmanship.

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
Quora

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

2012 TCM Fest: Cabaret's Liza Minnelli, Vertigo's Kim Novak, Robert Wagner, Debbie Reynolds Walk Red Carpet & Thelma Schoonmaker Introduces Black Narcissus

Penelope Andrew | Posted 06.12.2012 | Entertainment
Penelope Andrew

Liza Minnelli, Kim Novak, Robert Wagner, Tippi Hedren and Debbie Reynolds in person. Black Narcissus, Vertigo, Cabaret, and The Fountainhead projected on gigantic screens at Grauman's Chinese and Egyptian Theatres. Could any classic film fan wish for more? You could.

The Bingham Ray Film 101 Syllabus

Sasha Bronner | Posted 03.24.2012 | Entertainment
Sasha Bronner

I worked for Bingham from 2008-2010 and learned some of life's greatest lessons: Don't buy cheap coffee, always use a French press, and lie when someone asks you if you've seen Citizen Kane and you haven't.

Kubrick's Clockwork Orange Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Jay Weston | Posted 11.19.2011 | Los Angeles
Jay Weston

The film still shocks us all with its portrayal of those sociopathic brutal youths and their journey of murder, rape and senseless violence.

Breakfast at Tiffany's Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Academy

Jay Weston | Posted 10.01.2011 | Los Angeles
Jay Weston

After the filming of Breakfast at Tiffany's ended, they previewed the movie in San Francisco and a top executive at Paramount barked at the assembled filmmakers, "That f--king song, 'Moon River,' has got to go."

Clark Gable's Grandson Charged With Shining Laser At Police Chopper

cnn.com | Posted 09.29.2011 | Entertainment

Clark James Gable, 22, the only grandson of legendary actor Clark Gable, was playing with a laser when police arrested him, charging him with a felon...

Top 13 Classic Films With Style

Katie Armour and Jane Lilly Warren | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Katie Armour and Jane Lilly Warren

From Scarlett O'Hara to Sugar Kane, Annie Hall to Sabrina, the starlets and films on our list have won us over for their style, charm and wit.

Bank of America Cinema: The Last Picture Show? Say It Ain't So!

Donald Liebenson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago
Donald Liebenson

For 30 years, Chicago's venerable weekly showcase for vintage and classic films has operated out of the most unlikely of movie theatres located on the second floor of a bank.