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If there's one genre that I'll never tire of, it's con artist movies. I can't help but be pulled in by their clever hooks, complex plots, and cheerfully criminal spirits. Thus, it was only natural that I fell head over heels for The...

    The casual acquaintance that pictures like 1981's The House by the Cemetery share with reality will forever be a make-or-break point with potential viewers. From giallo chillers to zombie gorefests, much of...

With the back-to-back successes of Frankenstein and Dracula, 1931 was the breakout year for Universal Studios as the studio established itself as a true genre heavyweight. That set the challenge to follow up this daunting double act. Enter 1932'...

The Wild Bunch,  by Sam Peckinpah,  stars William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan, Edmond O'Brien and Ben Johnson. The story is a forceful tale of desperados bound together by the same greed. The men exist by a code of honor, but in their ...

Since 1939 The Wizard of Oz, adapted from L. Frank Baum's novel, has been a timeless classic entertaining both children and adults. The story of a small girl (Judy Garland) in Kansas who travels to Oz with her friends the Scarecrow (Ray Bolger)...

Few movies in the James Bond franchise pulled off as delicate a balancing act as did the 1999 The World Is Not Enough. Some of the movie series concentrated more on the escapist aspect while others emphasized the serious elements. Not many actually...

In 14 Hours (1951) Robert Cosick (Richard Basehart) has decided he is not worthy of his former fiancée. He stands on a ledge outside a hotel window for 14 hours. Why? Why won't he come in? Or, why won't he jump? Robert is an emotional wrec...

42nd Street (1933) is a timeless story which happens to take place during the Great Depression. Watching the outstanding singing and dancing, the viewer drifts back through time. But for the black and white picture, we would forget that we are watc...

The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (1984) looks older than it is, and that's a good thing. Much of '80s cinema in particular ends up feeling terribly dated; even Akira Kurosawa's great Ran isn't as timeless as you may expect. But The ...

The 1938 A Christmas Carol is based on Charles Dickens' timeless tale, and although I find it one of the more interesting versions, I can not say it's one of the most entertaining of the films made from this classic story. Reginald Owen sta...

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