From Russia with Love is my favorite 007 film ever made. It has everything we need to make a good James Bond movie: electrifying action sequences, strong women leads, a razor-sharp plot and sinister villains. It's a Cold War thriller that will entertain you from start to finish. From Russia with Love is a grand cinematic experience that boasts why we love 007 so much.
Stanley Kubrick turns 2001: A Space Odyssey into a beautiful work of art. This poetic meditation of space and life is a feast for the eyes. Nine years before Star Wars (1977), Kubrick's special effects broke new ground in the space genre and was a landmark achievement. Fueled by music and visual splendor, you're in for an adventure!
Orson Welles' epic tale about power, greed and deterioration is one for the ages. Inventive in its storytelling and technique, Welles' keen eye for expanding the filming method opened up a new dawn of possibilities. Citizen Kane is a landmark achievement in filmmaking and clearly earns the title of "Greatest Film Ever Made."
Rear Window is another Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece. This film serves both as a suspenseful thriller and technical grandeur for Hitchcock, adding another hit to his superb career. Plus, excellent performances from actors Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly.
Featuring bravura action set pieces, Raiders of the Lost Ark thrills the moment and cracks in the popcorn fun with Indiana Jones and his pride to glory. I remember countless times, as a kid, watching this movie on VHS.
This Charlie Chaplin classic will surely please everyone. City Lights is funny, cheerful and heart-warming. One of the best romance movies ever made and most likely Chaplin's magnum opus. Charlie Chaplin you have done it again ... bravo!
The Shining was my first experience to a Stanley Kubrick film. Kubrick throws his audience into a world of madness and isolationism. This eerie horror film will most certainly scare the living hell out of you.
The Gold Rush is an artistic triumph for Charlie Chaplin. Delightful, funny and inspiring, this tramp was my first and forever favorite Chaplin film. "A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." - Charlie Chaplin
I grew up watching Singin' in the Rain countless times on VHS. Fresh, energetic and colorful, Gene Kelly's symphonic holds a special place in my heart. This film was and still is a defying moment in American musicals.
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