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Movie Classics

The Lion In Winter

Peter O’Toole’s wonderful performance as the long in the tooth monarch with a whole family plotting to be rid of him is a magnificent testament to the actor’s abilities. More…

The Lion In Winter
Giant

Directed by George Stevens and adapted from Edna Ferber’s epic novel, Giant brings us a little bit of insight into what life might’ve been like for those early American oil dynasties. More…

Giant
Rebel Without A Cause

As iconic as ever, Nicholas Ray’s Rebel Without A Cause continues to speak to the alienated youth of each new generation, and in doing so, garners new fans. More…

Rebel Without A Cause
East Of Eden

Films offer us a way to help manage our lives, emotions and dreams and this is especially true of East Of Eden as Cal Trask fights desperately in all the wrong ways to earn his father’s love. More…

East Of Eden
Wild River

Elia Kazan’s smoldering drama sees a representative of the TVA struggling with convincing an elderly woman to sell her land before it’s flooded, and containing his feelings for her widowed granddaughter. More…

Wild River
Suddenly, Last Summer

In this 1959 adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ one-act play, Elizabeth Taylor and Katharine Hepburn battle it out in a story about repression, denial, homosexuality and cannibalism. More…

Suddenly, Last Summer
Arsenic And Old Lace

Frank Capra’s 1944 film sees Cary Grant stumbling upon his dear aunts’ deadly secret: they’ve been murdering lonely old men that come to stay with them, and burying them in the cellar! More…

Arsenic And Old Lace
Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein

In the first of several films where the comedy duo meet classic characters from Universal’s horror film stable, Abbott and Costello come face to face Dracula and Frankenstein’s Monster! More…

Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein
Angels With Dirty Faces

Directed by Michael Curtiz and starring James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart and The Dead End Kids, this classic from 1938 sees a priest trying to stop a gangster from corrupting a group of street kids. More…

Angels With Dirty Faces
The Ten Commandments

Directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Charlton Heston as Moses, The Ten Commandments remains one of the world’s best love religious screen epics and it’s not hard to see why. More…

The Ten Commandments
Ben-Hur

Famed for its epic chariot race sequence but Ben-Hur, for all its extravagance and grandeur, is also a film of subtle nuances with so much more bubbling beneath the surface. More…

Ben-Hur
The Sound Of Music

Set in 1938 and based on The Story of the Trapp Family Singers by Maria von Trapp, The Sound Of Music is almost three hours long and packed with songs, but is it universally enjoyable? More…

The Sound Of Music
The Day The Earth Stood Still

In Robert Wise’s classic science fiction tale, an alien arrives on Earth with his giant robot to give humanity a stern warning about the path it’s dangerously treading. More…

The Day The Earth Stood Still
Below Zero

Starring Laurel and Hardy, this was the first film to use background music and features the duo in many of their trademark shenanigans that audiences have come to love. More…

Below Zero
Harvey

A heart-warming tale that sees the eccentric Elwood P. Dowd convinced that an invisible rabbit accompanies him around town, much to the despair of his long-suffering sister. More…

Harvey

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