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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...

Before mad doctors and perversions of science ruled the roost, Universal Studios stocked its monster roster with the finest creatures folklore had to offer. Those beasts that thrived in campfire tales now got to stalk the silver screen, not the lea...

West Side Story (1961) is considered by many fans as the most cinematic of all movie musicals. The melodramatic musical, based on the Broadway play of 1957, takes its story from the pages of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet's tragedy of feudi...

No other type of film defines the action genre quite like the "guys on a mission" movie. With a minimum of plot development and characterizations, these flicks dive right into the adventure from the get-go. Yet 1968's Where Eagles Dar...

Monsters of moonlight have come and gone, but 1941's The Wolf Man remains leader of the pack. Though legends of unspeakable beasts have thrived for ages, it was here where Universal Pictures convinced audiences that even the pure in heart ran t...

In The Woman in the Window (1944) Prof. Richard Wanley (Edward G. Robinson) lectures his college students about the psychology of murderous impulses, never dreaming he might succumb to such an impulse himself. The film also stars Raymond Massey, Jo...

  

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