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If Tokyo Story and An Autumn Afternoon are like elegant tapestries woven by master director Yasujiro Ozu, then 1933's Passing Fancy is akin to a doodle jotted down in study hall. Though he was renowned for his immaculately-arranged slices ...

If the horror genre had a definitive love story, it'd have to be Phantom of the Opera. Sure, vampires are arguably the most romantic of movie monsters, but it's the tale of an innocent girl and the mysterious figure keeping watch over her t...

A true classic, The Philadelphia Story (1940) was named one of the Top 100 American Films by the American Film Institute - a well-deserved accolade. James Stewart received a Best Actor Academy Award and the Best Screenplay Academy Award went to wri...

They say captivating moments can often make a film. Judi Dench seemed to accomplish this when she won an Oscar as Best Actress in a Supporting Role in the 1999 Shakespeare in Love. That seems to be the theory behind Phone Call From a Stranger (1952...

What could be more fun than spending New Year's Eve on a luxury cruise ship sailing from New York to Athens? That's what the passengers of the S.S. Poseidon thought until their ship was ravaged by a 90' tidal wave, capsized, and the pas...

Sam Fuller's story of Power of the Press (1943) is still as current in questioning the ethics of freedom of the press today as it was in 1943 when Fuller penned the story. The screenplay by Robert Hardy Andrews upholds Fuller's vision of cr...

Sherlock Holmes saw something of a resurgence in the 1970s. All sorts of directors took their stabs at the character, including Bob Clark (Murder by Decree), Herbert Ross (The Seven-Per-Cent Solution), and even Gene Wilder (The Adventure of Sherloc...

Private Lives (1931) doesn't have what a snazzy premise. Observing a couple's on-again/off-again relationship may not sound like a rip-roaring story, especially when it's about the romantic misadventures of the rich and entitled. But th...

Making The Public Enemy, a story adapted from the book Beer and Blood about gangsters and booze-running gangs during prohibition, was a brave step by Warner Bros in 1931 that drew some flack at the time. Warner head of production Darryl F. Zanick s...

  

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