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Tag Archives | Charlie Chaplin
An examination of eight of the greatest silent performances in film.
‘Sleepwalk with Me’ has enough charm and laughs for anyone, no matter how familiar they are with Birbiglia’s story.
Two of my favorite things – musical theatre and Charlie Chaplin – are coming together on Broadway this Fall.
As tradition Alex updates the list of his favorite movies of all time. Read his list and share your thoughts!
New titles this week include a mainstream blockbuster, a 1970s quirky comedy, a silent classic, and an HBO original movie.
Titles this week include ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin,’ ‘Coriolanus,’ and two Ingmar Bergman films.
From ‘Harry Potter’ to ‘Doctor Who,’ Streep shines in ‘Iron Lady,’ new image from ‘Brave’…
Brief reviews of ‘The Great Dictator,’ ‘Footloose,’ ‘Singin’ in the Rain,’ ‘The Trip,’ ‘The Last Exorcism’.
Rogen and Reiser on ’50/50′, ‘Kevin’ in Telluride, minimalist posters for ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’…
Black women against ‘The Help’, first review for ‘One Day’, ‘Carnage’ poster, listen to soundtrack from ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’…
As Thanksgiving winds down I thought it would be appropriate to share everything cinematic that makes me feel thankful.
‘The Complete Metropolis’ is a must own; ‘The Kids Are All Right’ is also pretty good. And now is a good time to check out the Criterion sale.
‘Deathly Hallows’ sells out, Chaplin appreciation, John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe…
Greatest horror films, Douglas for Best Actor, Woody as Charlie, hilarious TV edits…
Remembering ‘The Circus’, ‘CN9’ starts casting, ‘Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ gets panned, new image from ‘Thor’, trailer for ‘Devil.’
Most overdue actors, ‘Schmucks’ moves back, ‘Despicable Me’ gets positive first review, Alfred Hitchcock makes a “that’s what she said” joke…
Forgotten films found in New Zealand, violence of ‘The Killer Inside Me’, ‘Expendables’ poster lines up the veteran action stars, clip from ‘Blue Valentine’.
The month to appreciate the career of Charlie Chaplin has overstayed its welcome, but its finally time to wrap things up. I am with the majority of people who believe that Chaplin hit his peak at the end of the silent era. Everybody has their own Chaplin favorite and you can vote for yours after […]
Review: B+ There is a moment in Charlie Chaplinâ€™s Monsieur Verdoux when the protagonist replaces wine with a home brewed poison. As he finishes concocting, the writer/director/composer/star breaks the fourth wall, looks right at the camera and declares â€œitâ€™s time for a little experiment.â€ This attitude seems to represent Chaplinâ€™s attitude towards the film. He […]