This is our opinion: Some of the finest acting we’ve seen from Gregory Peck is not as a crusty sea captain or an egotistical WWII General. 681 more words
2 weeks, 2 days
Rogues & Vagabonds
She’s known as ‘Goldwyn’s Folly’ – if she gets a mention at all, that is. But, after seeing a few of her films, I feel that actress Anna Sten deserves more recognition. 262 more words
The Movie Court
A DVD review from The Movie Snob.
I Married a Witch (B). This is a 1942 comedy starring Fredric March (The Best Years of Our Lives… 254 more words
3 weeks, 1 day
This is my contribution to the Russia in Classic Film blogathon, being organised by Movies Silently. Please take a look at the great range of posts on films, stars and directors with Russian links… 1,655 more words
Someone with a lot of time on their hands could go through the history of this blog and track the periods when I had little free time. 829 more words
And the Oscar Goes To...
Nominated: Best Picture, Best Director (William Wellman), Best Actor (Fredric March), and Best Actress (Janet Gaynor)
I wanted to like this film, but most of its aspects felt a bit clunky. 106 more words
1 month, 1 week
Cinema of Transcendence
Breaking News! The Park Ridge Public Library’s 2015 spring series, Cinema of Transcendence, will be extended one week into June. The series will conclude on June 4 with a 7 PM screening of… 287 more words