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1974's Foxy Brown was yours truly's introduction to the force of cinematic nature that was and shall forever be Pam Grier. The undisputed queen of the blaxploitation movement, her presence and sexuality ...

1974's Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell were too little, too late for England's Hammer Films. The legendary studio that had given the horror genre a stylish facelift two decades prior was itself growing musty with its shocks inco...

Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire may be the leads in the 1957 Funny Face, but the star of this musical comedy is fashion. Paramount Home Entertainment celebrates the 50th anniversary of the film with an all-new DVD. Since the movie is set in the fas...

Product Description-Eadie Allen (Alice Faye) is a chorus girl who dreams of becoming a star. While working at a New York nightclub, she meets Sergeant Andy Mason (James Ellison); they fall in love but he is shipped off to war. As Eadie becomes the ...

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...

If you can overlook a few cheesy moments in Ghost (1990) - one of the most memorable romantic films ever and winner of two Academy Awards - the movie is exceptionally entertaining. And thanks to Paramount Home Entertainment, fans of the film and t...

Hardly a movie fan has missed seeing at least the 1972 film The Godfather, if not also The Godfather II (1974) and III (1990). Mario Puzo's gripping novel about crime mobsters in America was a synch to be adapted to film from the moment the fi...

In 1956, Americans got their first taste of the world's most ill-tempered lizard when Godzilla, King of the Monsters stomped across screens. It was a repackaged version of Japan's Gojira, which two years prior ignited a fascination wit...

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 ...

Love. Greed. Kindness. Poverty. Famine. Wealth. Locusts. The Good Earth (1937) has it all, and then some. Based on Pearl S. Buck s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, the film stars Paul Muni, Luise Rainer and Walter Connolly and is a well-deserved awa...

  

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