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.
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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.
Part One of our series! Here are our top 5 picks for musicals of the 1930’s complete with a big band feel and plenty of Fred Astaire (who’s in three) and Ginger Rogers (who’s in four). As well as an all-time classic. Be sure to vote in our upcoming Twitter poll for your favorite and perhaps it’ll get into the overall top ten.
Here are our top TEN Best Films of 2016! Be sure to like, share and subscribe to our channel! We are working towards using our YouTube more often. In the meantime let me know what your favorite films from 2016 were. We’d love to hear about it! I mean that is what the comment section is for.
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