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The star-system was pronounced dead by almost everyone, but as of the moment of writing everyone is talking about Liza Minnelli in Cabaret and she made the covers of Time and Newsweek simultaneously. Contrast the …

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Alice Adams – George Stevens
January 21, 2011 – 1:40 am | No Comment
Alice Adams – George Stevens

Alice Adams is a poignant story of a young woman’s social ambitions and romantic dreams which are almost thwarted by her family’s lack of money. The film is both a romance with a fairy-tale ending …

Sunset Boulevard – Billy Wilder
January 20, 2011 – 1:43 am | No Comment
Sunset Boulevard – Billy Wilder

In Sunset Boulevard, writer-director Billy Wilder provides us with a “behind the scenes” investigation into Hollywood. While Wilder’s caustic wit is apparent throughout, the investigation is a serious one. As such, Sunset Boulevard can be …

Silk Stockings – Rouben Mamoulian
January 20, 2011 – 1:41 am | No Comment
Silk Stockings – Rouben Mamoulian

A Cold War commentary on Soviet-American relations, Rouben Mamou­lian’s Silk Stockings also develops the theme of an individual’s emotional awakening and lightly satirizes the popular entertainment of the 1950′s. Based on the film Ninotchka (1939) …

The Mark Of Zorro – Rouben Mamoulian
January 12, 2011 – 4:58 pm | No Comment
The Mark Of Zorro – Rouben Mamoulian

In 1920, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., virtually invented the swashbuckling film with The Mark of Zorro. There were period and costume films before that, and some of them included a perfunctory duel, but they were merely …

A Place In The Sun – George Stevens
January 12, 2011 – 8:18 am | No Comment
A Place In The Sun – George Stevens

From its opening shot, in which George Eastman (Montgomery Clift) is drawn by twin images of luxury—a billboard beauty reclining in her bathing suit and Angela Vickers (Elizabeth Taylor) driving past in her convertible—A Place …

Giant – George Stevens
January 11, 2011 – 12:06 am | No Comment
Giant – George Stevens

Giant belongs to the Hollywood era that saw the release of films such as The Ten Commandments, Around the World in 80 Days, War and Peace, and The King and 1 all in the same …

Mrs. Miniver – William Wyler
January 11, 2011 – 12:02 am | No Comment
Mrs. Miniver – William Wyler

The sentimental stories of the Miniver family had first appeared in serial form in The London Times, and were later published in book form in the United States, where they had considerable popular and commercial …

The More The Merrier – George Stevens
January 10, 2011 – 1:20 pm | No Comment
The More The Merrier – George Stevens

World War II brought a dramatic change to the life-styles of many Amer­icans who were still recovering from the ravages of the Great Depression. Most found the intrusion of war into their daily lives a …

Shane – George Stevens
January 10, 2011 – 1:19 pm | No Comment
Shane – George Stevens

Of the countless Westerns produced in Hollywood, Shane is among the most familiar and highly regarded. Its significance can be measured in terms of Hollywood’s Western past, since Shane is a film that reflects upon …

Lifeboat – Alfred Hitchcock
January 10, 2011 – 1:19 pm | No Comment
Lifeboat – Alfred Hitchcock

Lifeboat, Alfred Hitchcock’s seventh American film, marked a consider­able departure from the kind of suspense thriller on which his reputation is based. This nine-character story is remarkable in that it takes place entirely in only …

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