Most of the DNA of submarine films as we know them got into the gene pool as a result of this 1958 classic.
Spain has "portrayed" many landscapes from the past in Hollywood movies, including Russia, the Old West, and ancient Rome.
Let's visit the highlights of the second half of the Orson Welles Blogathon, with stellar contributions by insightful movie bloggers.
Some fine bloggers have stepped up to deconstruct the life and work of Orson Welles, with entries on the length and breadth of his career.
Join me in September to analyze the work and life of Orson Welles, one of the most enigmatic showmen of the 20th century.
Billy Wilder's 1960 romantic comedy perfectly captures the dreariness of the week after Christmas, and the sense of renewal the New Year brings.
Barbet Schroeder's masterful 1990 film on the Claus von Bülow case is an interesting rumination on medicine, law, morality and wealth.
Join me in June as we examine the work of one of the great character actors of all time, Christopher Plummer!
Why is this my favorite Sidney Lumet film? Let me count the ways!
The Sidney Lumet Blogathon technically ended yesterday, but blogs are still being posted! Here Venetian Blond examines Lumet's 1986 neo-noir thriller The Morning After. As this film [...]