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Marlon Brando as "The Godfather" (1972) Marlon Brando The Godfather, Godfather Movie, Moe Greene, Corleone Family, Gangster Films, Best Screenplay, Crime Film, Robert Duvall, Kirk Douglas

Counting Down the Greatest Crime Films of All-Time: # 4

Otto Penzler ranks, analyzes, & celebrates the 106 greatest crime films of all-time. Catch up on the series and find new installments daily here. __________________________________ The Godfathe…

On Class, Capitalism and Urban Planning in Who Framed Roger Rabbit | CrimeReads Race In America, Roger Rabbit, Famous Cartoons, Live Action Movie, Disney Plus, Cute Celebrities, Pirates Of The Caribbean, Betty Boop, Great Movies

On Class, Capitalism and Urban Planning in Who Framed Roger Rabbit

[This essay contains spoilers for Who Framed Roger Rabbit] I’ve been wondering what Who Framed Roger Rabbit asks of its audience, besides the inquiry that gives the film its title and the movie its…

The Greatest Crime Film of All-Time: The Third Man | CrimeReads Charles Foster, Divas, Carol Reed, Joseph Cotten, Crime Film, Graham Greene, The Third Man, Cinema, Orson Welles

The Greatest Crime Film of All-Time: The Third Man

Otto Penzler ranks, analyzes, & celebrates the 106 greatest crime films of all-time. Catch up on the series and find new installments daily here. __________________________________ The Third Ma…

The Greatest Crime Film of All-Time: The Third Man | CrimeReads Crime Film, The Third Man, Great Movies, All About Time, Celebrities, Celebs, Foreign Celebrities, Famous People

The Greatest Crime Film of All-Time: The Third Man

Otto Penzler ranks, analyzes, & celebrates the 106 greatest crime films of all-time. Catch up on the series and find new installments daily here. __________________________________ The Third Ma…

Leigh Whipper and Henry Fonda in William Wellman’s The Ox-Bow Incident (1943). (FilmPublicityArchive/United Archives via Getty Images) Harry Morgan, Sam Peckinpah, Dana Andrews, Library Of America, The Hanged Man, Anthony Quinn, Ingmar Bergman, Henry Fonda, John Ford

The Ox-Bow Incident: William Wellman’s stunning Western illuminates how righteous cowboys can become a mob of vigilantes | Library of America

Leigh Whipper and Henry Fonda in William Wellman’s The Ox-Bow Incident (1943). (FilmPublicityArchive/United Archives via Getty Images)

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Features - Julian Smith - Alta Online Buster Keaton Movies, Cottage Grove Oregon, Last Stand, Silent Film, Silent Comedy, Comedy Film, Cinema, Scene, In This Moment

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Alta Online

Production for The General involved guns, bombs, fires, and the blowing up of a bridge in a tiny Oregon town. When the filming was over, the comedic legend’s career was in tatters. Forty years later, the movie was hailed as a masterpiece.

On Class, Capitalism and Urban Planning in Who Framed Roger Rabbit | CrimeReads Turner And Hooch, Bedknobs And Broomsticks, Richard Williams, Dragon Star, Most Popular Movies, Race In America, Roger Rabbit, Famous Cartoons, The Phantom Menace

On Class, Capitalism and Urban Planning in Who Framed Roger Rabbit

[This essay contains spoilers for Who Framed Roger Rabbit] I’ve been wondering what Who Framed Roger Rabbit asks of its audience, besides the inquiry that gives the film its title and the movie its…

On Class, Capitalism and Urban Planning in Who Framed Roger Rabbit | CrimeReads Film Disney, Disney Movies, Family Movies, New Movies, Watch Movies, Latest Movies, Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, Jessica And Roger Rabbit, Be With You Movie

On Class, Capitalism and Urban Planning in Who Framed Roger Rabbit

[This essay contains spoilers for Who Framed Roger Rabbit] I’ve been wondering what Who Framed Roger Rabbit asks of its audience, besides the inquiry that gives the film its title and the movie its…

Why The Sting Is Still the Ultimate Grifter Movie | CrimeReads Cristiano Ronaldo, The Spectator, Title Card, Auditorium, I Saw, Great Movies, Shit Happens, Russian Beauty, Russian Models

Why The Sting Is Still the Ultimate Grifter Movie

I’ve seen The Sting many times throughout the years, but the best time was when I saw it projected onto an enormous screen in the auditorium of the high school where I taught English for one year, …

The Stinking Pause: Episode 149 - The Searchers (1956) Jeffrey Hunter, Glass Onion, The Quiet Man, John Wayne Movies, The Searchers, Battle Scars, High Noon, Movies Worth Watching, Great Western

Episode 149 - The Searchers (1956)

Stinking Pause – the movie review podcast with Scott who this week is joined by Steven from the Reel Britannia podcast and Anthony from the ...

The Ox-Bow Incident: William Wellman’s stunning Western illuminates how righteous cowboys can become a mob of vigilantes | Library of America Harry Morgan, Sam Peckinpah, Dana Andrews, Library Of America, Fox Pictures, The Hanged Man, Anthony Quinn, Ingmar Bergman, Henry Fonda

The Ox-Bow Incident: William Wellman’s stunning Western illuminates how righteous cowboys can become a mob of vigilantes | Library of America

The Ox-Bow Incident: William Wellman’s stunning Western illuminates how righteous cowboys can become a mob of vigilantes | Library of America

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Features - Julian Smith - Alta Online Julian Smith, Last Stand, Orson Welles, Action Film, Great Movies, Stunts, History, Awesome, Cheer Stunts

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Alta Online

Production for The General involved guns, bombs, fires, and the blowing up of a bridge in a tiny Oregon town. When the filming was over, the comedic legend’s career was in tatters. Forty years later, the movie was hailed as a masterpiece.

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Features - Julian Smith - Alta Online Julian Smith, Cottage Grove, Last Stand, Orson Welles, Action Film, Great Movies, Stunts, Knock Knock, Cinema

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Alta Online

Production for The General involved guns, bombs, fires, and the blowing up of a bridge in a tiny Oregon town. When the filming was over, the comedic legend’s career was in tatters. Forty years later, the movie was hailed as a masterpiece.

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Features - Julian Smith - Alta Online Roscoe Arbuckle, Julian Smith, Buster Keaton, Joseph Frank, Blue Blaze, Last Stand, Columbia Pictures, Movie Theater, Feature Film

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Alta Online

Production for The General involved guns, bombs, fires, and the blowing up of a bridge in a tiny Oregon town. When the filming was over, the comedic legend’s career was in tatters. Forty years later, the movie was hailed as a masterpiece.

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Features - Julian Smith - Alta Online Tampa Theatre, Julian Smith, Silent Comedy, Ken Burns, Last Stand, Film Releases, Comedy Films, Action Film, Classic Movies

Buster Keaton’s Last Stand - Alta Online

Production for The General involved guns, bombs, fires, and the blowing up of a bridge in a tiny Oregon town. When the filming was over, the comedic legend’s career was in tatters. Forty years later, the movie was hailed as a masterpiece.

Counting Down the Greatest Crime Films of All-Time: #3 | CrimeReads John Hillerman, Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, John Huston, Crime Film, Faye Dunaway, Charles Manson, Roman Polanski, Sharon Tate

Counting Down the Greatest Crime Films of All-Time: #3

Otto Penzler ranks, analyzes, & celebrates the 106 greatest crime films of all-time. Catch up on the series and find new installments daily here. __________________________________ Chinatown (1…