Breakfast at Tiffanys, Some Like it Hot, Wizard of Oz, Rear Window, The Glenn Miller Story, It's a Wonderful Life, All About Eve, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Bringing Up Baby, To Catch a Thief, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, Arsenic and Old Lace, Summertime, Gone With The Wind, How To Marry a Millionaire, The Prince and the Showgirl, The Seven Year Itch, Niagara, Bus Stop, Sunset Boulevard, Spellbound, Rebecca, Vertigo, Tootsie, GiGi, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe, Driving Miss Daisy, *batteries not included, The Goonies, Stage Door,
Who are your favorite stars?
Katharine Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Cary Grant, James Stewart, Jack Lemmon, Spencer Tracy, Ingrid Bergman, Rod Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Gloria Swanson, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Gregory Peck, Laurence Olivier, Dustin Hoffman,
Who are your favorite directors?
Frank Capra, Cecil B. DeMille, Alfred Hitchcock, Howard Hawks, Billy Wilder, George Cukor,
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When I was in the film program at Northwestern University in Chicago, my peers and I were required to read the works of Walter Benjamin, John Berger, Michel Foucault and even Freud, Jung and Marx. The idea was to apply their theories to the cinema to better understand how film worked, or how it related […]
To view The Private Life of Don Juan click here. Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. made his last movie in 1934. The Private Life of Don Juan was, quite accidentally, a fitting farewell to one of the first megastars of the movie industry. It wasn’t clear while filming it that it would be Fairbanks’ last movie but […]
To view Lured click here. Writer and director Douglas Sirk is mainly known today for his exquisite technicolor melodramas, such as Magnificent Obsession (1954), All That Heaven Allows (1955), Written on the Wind (1956) and Imitation of Life (1959), his last feature-length film. His work throughout the 1950s, and specifically these four films, are not […]