The answer should be ALL OF THEM.
The Master of Suspense did more than just Psycho, you know.
These days, everybody’s a critic. See what the discerning critics of Amazon have to say about AFI’s “Top Ten Greatest Movies of All Time.”
This beloved classic movie has many fans, including one very evil person.
Screwing up a scene is so much better in black and white.
British curators just discovered a 1901 film called “The Death of Poor Joe”, the earliest known film based on a Charles Dickens story. Chimney sweeps, street urchins, unscrupulous misers, consumption patients, pious paupers, shadowy benefactors, plucky orphans, and psychotic spinsters were unavailable for comment.
The 2010 Rolling Roadshow Tour is a traveling movie screening series in which they will be showing “free screenings of famous movies in famous places.” To promote each of the screenings, UK artist Olly Moss has created nine minimalistic posters for the films being shown. I want these posters immediately.
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