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Fewer words set a mystery fan's heart aflutter with more success than, "Elementary, my dear Watson." This has long since become the battle cry of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's timeless literary creation, the super-sleuth Sherlock Holme...

I Wake Up Screaming (1941) is among the many Film Noirs made in during this Hollywood era. Based on the novel by Steve Fischer, the film was originally titled Hot Spot, which was the title of a 1932 short comedy. The name was later changed, and is ...

John Ford's The Iron Horse (1924), which was the biggest grossing film of its day, is an epic silent western about the building of the first transcontinental railroad. The main thrust of the movie is when an Old West surveyor (James Gordon), wh...

It Happened in Hollywood (1937) is Samuel Fuller's second screenwriting credit shared with Ethel Hill (The Little Princess) and Harvey Fergusson (Hot Saturday). Although The Jazz Singer in 1927 is considered the first official talkie film, Full...

ONE OF THE BEST  MOVIES OF ALL  TIMES - When It's a Wonderful Life was released in 1946 reviews of the film weren't great. Further dismissal came of Frank Capra's holiday-themed film at the Academy Awards when none of the movie&#...

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...

It's not every day that you see three distinct movies made out of the same source material, in this case, Richard Matheson's novel I Am Legend, a classic work of science fiction whose concept has endured over four decades and a trio of vari...

  

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