While we're seeing more Rom Com movies hit the silver screen, the TV series options continue to expand. Led by a push from Netflix, this collection should tickle your fancy.
Bringing two of our greatest art forms together, is better than peanut butter and chocolate.
Earth Day celebrates its 50th anniversary here in 2020. Have a look at these entertaining, engaging and inspiring documentaries!
Rom coms are back in. Thanks to last year's Crazy Rich Asians, new Netflix title Always Be My Maybe, and a slew of hit series in the genre, we're seeing a bit of a resurgence. They're even rebooting Four Weddings and Funeral as a series this year! And if you have not seen the all time champ, When Harry Met Sally, celebrating its 30th Anniversary, now is the time. To see a real classic, check out His Girl Friday with Cary Grant!
As high school teenagers, or adults looking for a laugh, we've all turned to comedy as an escape. Some of these classics will be nostalgia plays, while others may not have been on the radar for the next generation. Most are rated R, but generally because of language or small doses of harmless nudity. All the name of raunchy comedy.
Sci-Fi is one of the hottest TV genres, and continues to evolve. These are not your typical Sci-Fi Fantasies, but often merge with pure drama and even comedy. We've pulled together a solid list (not a ranking), a full menu from the last 15 years, with an emphasis on more recent.
From family friendly classics like Yankee Doodle Dandy or Mr. Smith Goes to Washington to the suspense of Jaws and nostalgia of Caddyshack, and their 4th of July golf tournament, we cover the bases. Speaking of America’s sport, kids love the fireworks in The Sandlot. Feeling patriotic, and want a Best Picture candidate, check out Born on the 4th of July, or go all the way with The Patriot.
Whether it's family movie night or just a chance for kids to see a fun movie, this Collection has something for all ages and interests.
With a lot of drama in the world these days, and on screens big and small, we're due for a laugh. And for some of us, a trip down memory lane.
Since Norma being ready for her close up in black and white (Sunset Boulevard) to celebrating talkies (Singin' in the Rain), the cynical probe by Robert Altman (The Player) to the controversial by David Lynch (Mulholland Drive), there have been many movies made on the subject of Hollywood. With Tarantino's latest, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, hitting screens this week, we thought we would share a few other perspectives, inside Hollywood.
This collection presents fun TV Series options for the family, with an emphasis on TWEENS. From classics like The Jetsons and The Addams Family, to recent hits A Series of Unfortunate Events to Modern Family, with some reality gems mixed in, these programs bring the fam together for Series Night in the living room.
A snapshot of the best movies connected to music for teens, either featuring teenage characters or movies that scored with this audience sector. Some are more directly connected to music by theme and performance, while others have soundtracks and storylines tied to music in a creative way.
Whether you're a mom who just got the kids back in school and ready for some laughter, or just looking for a comedy fix, this collection has you covered. You may have heard of Fleabag, but have you see Phoebe's prior series Crashing? Maybe you have yet to catch up on Veep, which takes raunchy politician to a new level. And for a fresh new spin on raw family humor, Better Things is laugh riot from start to finish.
As kids head Back to School, here is a collection of movies so we can all share the experience. From the wacky (Napoleon Dynamite) or raunchy (Animal House) to the trip down memory lane (The Breakfast Club), there is plenty of comedy here. If you're looking for inspirational, you can see October Sky, or celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dead Poets Society. For something socially relevant, see Starving the Beast or School Life. And for anyone looking for song and dance (Fame, Grease, High School Musical), we got you covered.
Fall is the best time of the year for movie lovers, and one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world is in full swing. The Toronto Intl Film Festival has ushered in many great movies, as far back as The Big Chill, through last year's A Star is Born. In this collection, we take a trip down memory lane, presenting a diverse slate of movies coming out of Toronto that may not be on your radar, all of which scored well with audiences and went on to secure Oscar nominations.
Yes, it's that's fun and spooky time of year again, and the kids will want to watch movies that connect to Halloween themes. Here are 10 classic favorites, fun for the whole family.
The American Film Institute's list of the top 100 Movies of all time, voted on by film professionals, filmmakers, historians and distinguished movie critics.
With Martin Scorsese's latest movie, The Irishman, opening in Theaters this week, prior to the Netflix launch later this month, it's a great time to catch up on his 10 best. They are all available for streaming, from his early work (Mean Streets) to the reigning champion (GoodFellas). 10. Mean Streets 9. The Color of Money 8. Cape Fear 7. King of Comedy 6. Casino 5. The Departed 4. Taxi Driver 3. Raging Bull 2. The Irishman 1. GoodFellas
Since we're all trapped in isolation, restricted from travel, we thought now would be a good time to take you on an adventure, an international movie tour. These 10 travel movies cover the territory, with something for the whole family. From Hollywood blockbusters like Raiders of the Lost Ark and Lawrence of Arabia, to the humor of Planes, Trains and Automobiles and Midnight in Paris. Embrace the indie spirit of Into the Wild, or travel to Spain with the spiritual documentary Walking the Camino.
Do you believe in ghosts? Is there a new way to look at reality, through art? Are we haunted by the past? These questions and more are answered in this diverse collection.
Food movies have been trending up the last few years, especially on the reality competition and travel shows. Since there will be plenty of cooking this week, we thought it would be fun to pull together some of the better "food" films, from narrative classics like Big Night, to the more health conscious docs, like Forks over Knives. Have a taste.
The long awaited Disney Plus platform launches November 12th with a number of originals, even if many are based on classics. Keeping up with mouse house tradition, there is plenty of charm, music and inspiration. The Animated Lady and the Tramp gets a live action update. High School Musical becomes a series and The Mandalorian keeps the Star Wars saga alive.
With the current climate, and calls to action across the globe, we're taking this opportunity to celebrate some of the best gems made by black filmmakers in recent years. These are true visionaries, sharing powerful, entertaining stories.
These days, it's not possible to get to a concert, or a musical. We thought it would be a good time to present a handful of movies to satisfy the urge. Bookended by amazing music performers (David Byrne & Robbie Robertson) starring in documentaries, there are 3 Best Picture Oscar Winners adapted from Broadway musicals.
During these challenging times, with no live sports, why not have a look at some of the best movies from the genre. No Olympics, how about Chariots of Fire. No baseball, meet Bull Durham. In the mood for a doc, and missing basketball, see Hoop Dreams. Or take a trip around the world with Endless Summer.