Get out your pastels! In a decade where John Hughes crafted legendary comedies elsewhere, Sci-Fi was being redefined. Musicals sort of took a backseat…except for one sterling example brought to us by the man who voiced Yoda of all people. Whether it’s the 50’s, 20’s or a different version of the present day at the time. A diverse group full of great songs. What’s your favorite put it in the comment section below! Anything we missed? Let us know.
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The hippy movement was moving on and Disco was moving in. Musicals, however, took a very different turn instead throwing back to different times. Whether it’s the 50’s, 20’s or a different version of the present day at the time. A diverse group full of great songs. What’s your favorite put it in the comment section below! Anything we missed? Let us know.
The best that 2017 had to offer is right here! Our ten films of that year? What were some of your favorites? Let us know in the comment section below! Don’t forget to LIKE, SHARE, and SUBSCRIBE to our channel and become a Snob yourself by subbing to our websites RSS feed or via email.
So what are the worst films of 2017? Take a look at these piles of crap and find out! Don’t see your worst? Let us know in the comments what yours would be. I want some good arguments here people! As always don’t forget to LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE!
A new star of the big screen musical made her way off of Broadway and the theater and into our screens and hearts. Starring in not one, but two of the best this decade had to offer. The last real decade to feature multiple Best Picture-winning musicals. Of the five here 3 won the big statue with another bringing in a nomination.
Gene Kelly cements his place in cinematic history during the decade producing not one but two of film’s greatest musicals in the genre. Has a film win Best Picture and that was just at the start of the thing. In addition, new technologies lead to some amazing visualizations and iconic songs.
Our appearance on the LoLoLovesFilms podcast. On it, our fearless leader William discusses with them his favorite films including his odd disposition towards RomComs and what Star Wars means to him. Check out the whole enchilada and be sure to follow them on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @lololovesfilms
Our next film in the series based on Steven Jay Schneider’s fantastic book. 1903’s The…
Part two and it’s the 1940’s! Instead of Astaire and Rogers we now have Bing Crosby and Gene Kelly mixed with a plethora of wonderful co-stars. However, one woman who would not be out classed is the always great Judy Garland.
The very first film in the book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die! 1902’s A Trip to the Moon is one of the cinema’s earliest landmarks. This is part of a series in which we’ll give a bit of info on each film in Steven Jay Schneider’s book.