Where to Start with Frank Capra

Where to Start with Frank Capra

Where should you begin with the legendary work of Classic Hollywood film director Frank Capra? From screwball comedies to pointed political films, here’s where to start. Article by Sam Sewell-Peterson.

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Charade (1963) Review

Charade (1963) Review

‘Charade’ (1963), Stanley Donen’s thriller starring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant, has it all: laughter, suspense and a killer romantic pairing. Review by Margaret Roarty.

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10 Best Ways the Movies Say I Love You

10 Best Ways the Movies Say I Love You

Movies say love in big and small ways, through rain-soaked chases across town and poetic declarations of love, here are the 10 best ways they say “I love you”. Article by Margaret Roarty.

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Alfred Hitchcock, Cary Grant: Cinema’s Greatest Collaborations

Alfred Hitchcock, Cary Grant: Cinema’s Greatest Collaborations

Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant forged one of the filmmaking partnerships of the 20th century. These films best represent their everlasting legacy. Article by Kieran Judge.

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Where to Start with Cary Grant

Where to Start with Cary Grant

Cary Grant was a brilliant, versatile actor who was one of the greatest movie stars of all time. Here’s where to begin with his decades of cinema. Article by Margaret Roarty.

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10 Best Films of All Time: Mark Carnochan

10 Best Films of All Time: Mark Carnochan

The 10 best films of all time according to The Film Magazine staff writer Mark Carnochan. List includes films from some of cinema’s most influential names.

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Hollywood Spectacles – Nerds, Perverts and the Morally Deviant

Hollywood Spectacles – Nerds, Perverts and the Morally Deviant

Bespectacled film characters have long been presented with a number of damaging traits, the least of which is “being a nerd”. Ciaran Duncan explores this problematic representation in this feature essay.

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