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Not all film noir roads lead back to 1950's D.O.A., but I'm willing to bet that a good chunk of them do. Though its overall form can be attributed back to the Sam Spade novels and movies, D.O.A. nevertheless gets a healthy amount of credit ...

A DELIGHTFUL AND FUN MUSICAL - Daddy Long Legs (1955), based on the 1912 novel by Gene Webster, stars Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron in a delightful story about a wealthy playboy who becomes an anonymous benefactor of a young girl and tries d...

The Dark Corner (1946) is a typical film noir. The mood is heavy. The heroine is feisty and will stand by her man at all costs. And that man is in a whole lot of trouble. The shadows are deep, and there are plenty of cigarettes to go around. Howe...

A Biblical tale of tragedy and romantic obsession - More than 3000 years ago King David of Bethlehem ruled over the united tribes of Israel. The 1951 David and Bathsheba starring Gregory Peck and Susan Hayward, takes on the historical era an...

The science fiction genre is replete with tales of aliens, robots, and spectacular space battles. Such stories are what people see most often in the movies, but while many are quite entertaining, the number of films that go a few steps beyond is fr...

Three greedy half-brothers pitted against each other by their widowed, tyrannical father often spells trouble, but add the father's sexy young bride to the mix, and that's a formula for disaster. This emotionally charged scenario is the sta...

1971's Diamonds Are Forever transfers James Bond to so appropriate a setting, one wonders why the super-spy franchise's handlers hadn't thought of it sooner. After having spent six movies gallivanting across the globe in search of ...

No matter how many times you may have seen The Diary of Anne Frank (1959), watching the story of the courageous Frank family who were hidden - along with a few other Jews - by their friends for two years is as touching and heartfelt as seeing it fo...

For all intents and purposes, it's best not to view Die Another Day as a traditional James Bond adventure. The 20th screen outing for the character and the last to star Pierce Brosnan, the film arrived in 2002, on the 40th anniversary of when D...

In 1962, three of the most immortal words in film history were uttered onscreen for the first time: "Bond. James Bond." Dr. No was the first look that audiences got at Bond in action (if one puts aside the American TV version of Casino Ro...

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