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Surprisingly, The Karate Kid packs more of an earnest punch than a good chunk of today's inspirational dramas, a solid teen flick that teaches the virtues of patience and respect without clumsily wielding its commentary like a four-year-old wit...

About  30 years before Peter Jackson got the bright idea to deliver his vision of the 1933 classic King Kong to a new generation of moviegoers, producer Dino De Laurentiis had the same thought. Of course, due to the technology available at the time...

For anyone who has never seen President Ronald Reagan in one of his movies, Kings Row (1942) is an excellent one to watch. Life should be simple in a quaint turn-of-the-century small town, but there is a definite on-the-other-side-of-town mentality...

With Oscar fever every spring comes a reminder that so many films from the past also attained those lofty goals. Kitty Foyle: The Natural History of A Woman (1940) is among Warner Home Bros. pictures  that earned 11 Academy Awards   - Cimarron, The...

  

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