We recently covered the seven essential movies for film buffs before 1940, and now we're back with seven essential movies for film buffs currently streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime that are from 1941 to 1979.
Here are seven essential movies for film-buffs that are currently streaming on Netflix or Amazon Prime.
To get right to the point, and to save everyone any additional reading for the day, I left KSL.com because my editor told me I couldn’t report on a movie at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
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A few years back, my little family and I lived in Wellsville, UT.
It is a beautiful, miniature town with olde tyme shoppes and calendar-worthy views to fit the seasons. The crime-rate is low, the people pleasant, and on the off chance some minor discrepancy demands another set of ears, well, Sheriff Andy Griffith walks the streets alongside an eager Deputy Fife, ready
A throwback review of the 1950's classic, "Harvey," starring James Stewart and the uncredited invisible white rabbit, Harvey.
Around this time every year, while people guilt themselves into gym memberships and yoga classes, I wonder why I haven't seen more movies from the Academy's Best Picture category.
Last year, I took a pretty good swing at remedying the issue. After a few months, I managed to fit in every winner over the last 50 years, but right around "Midnight
Did you know Disney now owns the rights to the television classic "Buffy the Vampire Slayer?" That's just the beginning. Here is a list of five interesting things Disney now owns after its $52.4 billion deal with Fox.
Oh sure, it seems like an easy question. But if you were to introduce someone to "Star Wars" series for their first time, would you really start with prequels? Check out our take on the perfect order, and let us know yours in the comments.
We all know of directors who have made two great movies back-to-back. But how many directors have made three consecutive critical or commercial successes? Here's a list of five of our favorites.
If you're looking for heartwarming family entertainment this Thanksgiving weekend, Pixar has you covered. That is, unless you're ashamed to cry in public. In that case, you'll want to wait and see "Coco" in the privacy of your own home.