David Niven

6 From the ’60s: Favorite Films from the 1960s

Send Me No Flowers

My sister and I were first introduced to classic movies through the films of the 1960s since this was the decade that our father loved the most growing up in. He started us off on children’s classics from this time…

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The Criterion Collection Edition of “Parasite” and More Blu-ray & DVD New Releases

Parasite

Whoa, that month went fast. As we get ready to bid October farewell, we have a huge amount of new releases for you to watch before the month ends! This week’s new releases showcase everything from a recent Academy Award…

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The Latest New Releases Include “Death on the Nile” and “Young Sheldon”

Death on the Nile

There’s mystery, excitement and comedy afoot in this week’s new releases! We’ve got fondly remembered Agatha Christie adaptations, TV comedy favorites, cult films, and so much more. September is upon us, and with it comes a brand new week of…

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Go Into Hyperspace with “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” and Other New Releases

From Jedis to Munsters, this week’s DVD and Blu-ray new releases includes titles for all sorts of film fans. There’s also some cult flicks making their Blu-ray debut, as well as two new additions to the Criterion Collection’s lineup of…

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Enjoy These Nugget Reviews of Hollywood Classics

In this guest post, Constance Metzinger presents mini nugget reviews of five Hollywood favorites! Knights of the Round Table (1954) King Arthur earns the throne of England and leads the kingdom into its happiest days, until the wicked Mordred plots…

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Guest Review: Murder By Death

Neil Simon was pretty much box office gold in his heyday of the seventies. A playwright by trade, of course, but many of his Broadway productions eventually made their way to the big screen, including such fondly remembered films like The…

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Doris Day: I’ll See You in My Dreams

Doris Day and Rock Hudson

Doris Day, the sunny, shapely one-time big band singer, parlayed her powerful pipes and peppy personality into a position as one of the most prolific and popular screen presences of the ’50s and ’60s. She excelled in all facets of her career as song stylist, movie actress, TV star and animal activist.

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Check Out These Captivating Comedies That Are Now on Sale

Our current Comedies by the Carload sale is celebrating some of the most riotously funny flicks ever made. Here’s five of my favorites! Back to the Future Michael J. Fox stars as Marty McFly, a teen from 1985 who accidentally…

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