Three of the funniest men who ever lived.Read more "Talkin’ Pictures: Chaplin, Keaton, and Lloyd"
“Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do! That gives you a lot of leeway…” ~Sidney Falco (played by usually nice guy Tony Curtis), Sweet Smell of Success (1957)Read more "Movie Trope Thursday: Playing Against Type"
Too bad this movie isn’t about gorgonzola cheese.Read more "Riffraff: Gorgo (1961)"
A wonderfully subdued actor that made some underrated films.Read more "Today’s Underrated Actor Spotlight: Frank Lovejoy"
The music you can feel all over.Read more "I Like to Recognize the Tune: The Music of Sir Duke in Films"
Playing this week on TCM: noirs, foreign classics, and the monster of the month for October, Dracula.Read more "Weekly TCM Suggestions: 9/25 2017 – 10/1 2017"
Both defined by the eras they come from.Read more "Talkin’ Pictures: The Difference Between Film Noir and Neo-Noir"
“Eddie, you’re a born loser.” ~Bert Gordon, The Hustler (1961)Read more "Movie Trope Thursday: Loser Protagonist"
Rather than pay attention to monstrous shrews outside, the characters just stand around the house and get drunk (and you’d have to be drunk to enjoy this).Read more "Riffraff: The Killer Shrews (1959)"
Another actress who could have been a great comedienne.Read more "Today’s Underrated Actor Spotlight: Wendy Barrie"