Posts filed under "Movie Lists"

5 Remakes That Are Better Than The Originals

Posted by Wade Sheeler April 19, 2013 26 Comments 22445 views

As a classic film fanatic, or as PCF likes to call us, “Cinemaniacs,” we tend to be purists, and somewhat of a traditionalist bunch. So it’s rare that we ever take a risk and determine a remake as superior to its predecessor. But I’m nothing if not controversial (yeah – right) so I’m going out […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Cary Grant

Posted by Brandy Dean April 9, 2013 5 Comments 22375 views

Ok, typically I wouldn’t do this, but this list from Fox to promote the dvd release of The Cary Grant Collection was too fun to pass up. We know wevlove suave and debonair Cary Grant, but what do we really know about him? If you’ve ever wondered what his fave brand of jeans were, which […]

Alternate Top 5 Cary Grant Films

Posted by Wade Sheeler April 5, 2013 5 Comments 11260 views

We all love him; one of the greatest movie stars of all time. And we’ve seen the famous and favorite films of Cary Grant. Quick – how fast can you list them? Go! His Girl Friday, Bringing Up Baby, North by Northwest, The Philadelphia Story, To Catch a Thief. Now, what are the back-ups – […]

Top 5 Marx Brothers Musical Moments

Posted by Bennett O'Brian March 29, 2013 6 Comments 24349 views

The Marx Brothers were masters of the talkie from their first picture, different from the gradual transition made silent era comedy heavyweights like Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. From Groucho’s sarcastic quips to Chico’s fast-talking Italiano persona to Harpo’s inability to speak except through honking or whistling, so much of the Marx Brothers’ unique style […]

Top 5 Movie Eggs

Posted by Brandy Dean March 28, 2013 9 Comments 15126 views

Easter is upon us friends. Whether you ascribe some religious import to the occasion or you just like chocolate rabbits, it’s hard to avoid the egg this time of year. Eggs are a most potent symbols for life, so it’s little wonder they’re adopted by both the world’s spiritual institutions and the filmmakers. To celebrate the season, […]

Top 5 Spring Break Movies

Posted by Brandy Dean March 26, 2013 2 Comments 10932 views

Ahh, Spring! It’s time to put away the snow shovels and the parkas and hit Daytona for Spring Break! Unless you’ve over the age of 21, in which case you probably can’t get the time off from work. Hollywood churns out a yearly panapoly of Spring Break nonsense movies to taunt and tantalize all those […]

Top 5 High School Movies

Posted by Brandy Dean March 25, 2013 5 Comments 15244 views

High school is a dramatic period of time. We’re all complete freaks and weirdos during high school, victims of fluctuating hormones and not in control of out quickly expanding limbs. Due to the surreality of the experience, basically anything can happen in the halls of high school. It’s little wonder that filmmakers turn to high school as a […]

Top 5 Joan Crawford Movies

Posted by Brandy Dean March 15, 2013 11 Comments 17631 views

The fabulous Joan Crawford had a long career. From her first silent production as a humble double for Norma Shearer in Lady of the Night to her final (and dismal) feature Trog, if nothing else Crawford always worked. There’s a lot of other stuff that swirls around the mythos of Joan Crawford. Maybe she was […]

SXSW: Top 5 Rock Movies

Posted by Wade Sheeler March 14, 2013 5 Comments 9461 views

We’re right in the midst of the Texas’s unofficial Hipster Holiday, “SXSW’ which has grown from the little movie festival that could, to the epicenter of interactive media, movies and music that goes on for 2 weeks. Last time I focused my list on the top 5 films that were shot in and around Austin. […]

SXSW: Top 5 Films Made In or Around Austin

Posted by Wade Sheeler March 13, 2013 1 Comment 7577 views

We’re right in the midst of the Texas’s unofficial Hipster Holiday, “SXSW’ which has grown from the little movie festival that could, to the epicenter of interactive media, movies and music that goes on for 2 weeks. A lot of groundbreaking films have come out of the festival, which started in 1987 . So I […]

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