Cracking good comedy staged aboard a luxury express-train, where egomaniac theatre producer John Barrymore attempts to win back once-protégé Carole Lombard. From a Hecht-MacArthur script, this can be counted among the best of the screwball era.
An iconic 'noir' whose unsavoury storyline is taken from Raymond Chandler's classic novel.
Powell plays a detective dragged into a murky case of blackmail and homicide, while he searches for a hoodlum's lost girlfriend and missing necklace. Notably faithful to Chandler's particular brand of sardonic black…
A fine example of Fred and Ginger's magical screen partnership, their sixth together, weaving the music of Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields, into another beguiling romantic comedy. Songs include A Fine Romance, Pick Yourself Up, and The Way You Look Tonight.
A mesmerizing, shamefully neglected stateside film from French New Wave director Jacques Demy that follows an aimless, unemployed architect who ends up falling in love with a French model. A slow-burn drama that deftly captures the zeitgeist of late 60's L.A.
James Stewart is once again a mild-mannered law-man while Marlene Dietrich makes her most sensational Hollywood turn as exotic saloon girl 'Frenchy'. Fabulous fun is capped off by the infamous Dietrich-Una Merkel catfight.
Boldly experimental thriller from the director of THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE, in which a bored businessman opts for a new, 'more fulfilling' identity (complete with plastic surgery - he ends up as Rock Hudson) through the help of a mysterious organisation. Despite its 'dime-store Kafka' pretensions, the visual…
Macabre cat-and-mouse thriller from the pen of suspense-master William Goldman (MARATHON MAN), about a psychotic master of disguise (Rod Steiger) who commits murders then gleefully phones in clues to detective George Segal.