Martin Milner and George Maharis star in the original TV road show, traveling the country in a Corvette convertible and getting caught up in other people’s stories.
Mel Brooks’ lovingly hilarious spoof of the Universal Frankenstein films is both the funniest and the most loving tribute to classic movies ever made.
BThe giddiest moments of The Iron Giant (1999), a delightful throwback to the classic era of hand-drawn animated movies, deliver the most amazing little boy wish fulfillment fantasies. But there’s much more to Brad Bird’s cartoon fable in science fiction clothing and fairy tale trappings is a delightful throwback to the classic era of hand-drawn animated movies.
John Dillinger was the most notorious of the Depression-era gangsters and his exploits (and attendant newspaper coverage) made him a romantic anti-hero to many of the folks who felt betrayed by the bankers and businessmen of the country. Dillinger (1973), the directorial debut of John Milius, plays on that image of the gentleman gangster who […]