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From a swashbuckling pirate and romantic idol, Errol Flynn could even play a professional boxer as he proved in Gentleman Jim (1942), a story about an underdog who takes on a world champion boxer in 1880's San Francisco. The movie is charming i...

There are few greater pains in life than having to say goodbye. To bid someone farewell is to cast one's world into disarray, especially when romance is on the line. As demonstrated by 1947's The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, the occasion need not a...

The Godfather - won 11 Academy Award Nominations Because of Mario Puzo's novel, adapted into Francis Ford Coppola's 1973 Best Picture Academy Award winner, the word Godfather needs no other words to conjure up images of a mob world most m...

One can't discuss 1933's Going Hollywood without getting into its star, Marion Davies . If her Citizen Kane surrogate and portrayal in RKO 281 are to be believed, Davies was a dim waif for whom William Randolph Hearst tried buying a career....

Though it may seem like another day at the office for James Bond, 1995's GoldenEye, featuring Pierce Brosnan taking his first steps into the superspy's shoes, actually had a lot to live up to. At the time, Bond hadn't seen the l...

Out of all of the James Bond's cinematic escapades, 1964's Goldfinger, starring Sean Connery and Honor Blackman, is arguably the most well-known. From its memorable characters to the gadgetry Bond is allowed to play around with, eve...

What would you do if you were a movie producer dealing with a string of box office flops? Well, if you're Oliver Merlin (Adolphe Menjou) you'd hire an innocent country girl (Andrea Leeds) to put you back in touch with the real people. Then ...

1974's cult car flick Gone in 60 Seconds has kept its engine running smoothly for going on four decades. While not as mythic in reputation as Vanishing Point, writer/director/star H.B. Halicki's automotive actioner did pretty well for ...

Had Margaret Mitchell known the film version of her book Gone With the Wind would win 10 Academy Awards including Best Picture of 1939, she might have ask for a bigger advance or been more intent to write the sequel herself. MGM hit gold with her s...

Green for Danger (1946) offers a secluded setting, suspects with assorted chips on their shoulders, and a cop who's seen it all. At this point the film seems like not only a card-carrying member of the British Mystery Club but oftentimes its pr...

  

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