Category: Classics

‘Berkeley Square,’ The Complete Series: Secrets and Romance!

No matter how much we enjoy the new period dramas, sometimes it’s just as nice to revisit past period drama series. One of these is BBC’s Berkeley Square series, an excellent late ’90s period drama. It follows three nannies in the upscale London neighborhood known as Berkeley Square.

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25 Amazing Period Dramas to Watch if you Like Victoria on PBS

The Victoria TV Series currently airs on PBS and ITV. Unfortunately, the production is also taking a “breather,” according to Jenna Coleman. With Series 4 on temporary hiatus, now is the perfect time to fill that Victoria TV show void in your life. Here are several other lovely period dramas to enjoy until that day comes.

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The 50 Best Free Period Dramas to Watch on IMDB TV

If you’re a period drama fan, it’s hard to find the best of what’s currently available on IMDB TV since period drama doesn’t have its own category. So, after searching through the current library, I compiled a list of the best free period dramas to watch right now!

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‘Cleopatra’ Movie Review – An Imperfect Spectacle With Elizabeth Taylor

The 1963 Cleopatra film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton is one of those movies most people have heard of. Not only was it one of the most expensive movies ever made, but it was also famous for igniting the start of the Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton love affair as well as their popular onscreen partnership.

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Escape the Heat With These 10 Excellent Summer Movies

I spent a good portion of those hot summer nights re-watching some of my favorite summer movies. From classic Hitchcock to more recent romantic comedies, these summer movies entertained! You’ll swoon, reach for a fan, or laugh as you stay cool with these nostalgic films. A perfect mix of family-friendly films and a few for just you and your significant other!

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Ranking the 16 Best Adaptations of the Beauty and the Beast Story

The Beauty and the Beast story is a tale as old as time. From Cupid and Psyche to the lesser-known...

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‘Cold Comfort Farm’ Book Review: A Futurist, Romantic Parody Score 80%

‘Cold Comfort Farm’ Book Review: A Futurist, Romantic Parody

Thus, begins Cold Comfort Farm, setting the tone for this tale of one young busybody, Miss Flora Poste. Cold Comfort Farm is a comedic novel, a gentle parody of romantic pastoral novels, of societal mores and the like.

It is also a futuristic novel, set in the near future (from 1932), after the fictional Anglo-Nicaraguan War of 1946, in which there are TV phones, and people jet around in private planes, flying themselves here and there.

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‘Ophelia’ Review: This is What Happens When ‘Hamlet’ is Told From the Female Perspective Score 90%

‘Ophelia’ Review: This is What Happens When ‘Hamlet’ is Told From the Female Perspective

Movie magic and thrilling female empowerment happen when Hamlet is told from the female perspective in Ophelia – a mostly brilliant re-imagining of Shakespeare’s tragic tale.

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‘Mansfield Park’ 1999 Review: A Unique and Controversial Adaptation Score 97%

‘Mansfield Park’ 1999 Review: A Unique and Controversial Adaptation

Patricia Rozema’s Mansfield Park (1999) is a unique and brazen adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel, bringing out the book’s themes and morals in interesting ways.

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