As it turns 50 this week, the classic film feels more prescient than ever.
Rewatching 'All The President's Men' On The Anniversary of Nixon's Resignation.
He-Man's adaptation predicted our property-obsessed present.
Disney's first feature turns eighty (well, sort of) while its novelization turns thirty.
The underrated Disney movie's script stays fresh and strange two decades later.
'Let's All Go to the Lobby' has been playing before features in theaters since 1957, but it does more than entice audiences to buy popcorn.
Since its release in 1957, A Face in the Crowd is more powerful in retrospect than Elia Kazan could have predicted.
We dig into Francis Ford Coppola's notes to learn lessons from a master at the peak of his power.