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10 Classic Films That May Make You Cry

Intense, emotional, moving, dramatic films…

Films that make me cry, make me feel, and make me think…

Recently Spotlight, Remember, Doubt, and Million Dollar Baby each drew me in and touched me. 320 more words


'Baby It's You': A Forgotten Classic

I’m gonna be honest. Ninety percent of why I’m writing this post is because of my dad. Since I’ve been highlighting forgotten films, my dad has been hardcore campaigning for me to write about this movie since it’s one of his favorites. 783 more words

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Greed (1924) Director: Erich von Stroheim

Greed is often included on lists of the greatest films of the silent era, and was directed by the eccentric Austrian-American director, Erich von Stroheim. 371 more words


TMP Recommends: Summer Under the Stars, August 29 - 31

For the fifth year in a row, TMP has offered two or three personal-favorite recommendations for each day of TCM’s Summer Under the Stars programming! We cap off the SUTS month today with recommendations for the final three days, August 29th through 31st. 54 more words


Review: The Miracle of Morgan's Creek (1944)

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The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek is a 1944 screwball comedy written and directed by Preston Sturges, of The Lady Eve and Sullivan’s Travels fame. 477 more words


Our Hospitality


Our Hospitality (1923) Director: Joseph Frank “Buster” Keaton and John G. Blystone

Buster Keaton delivers a delightful film as his first work of cinematic splendor. 479 more words