Category: Classic Movies & TV

Ranking the 10 Best Mr. Darcy’s and What You Need to Know

As the immortal Mr. Darcy turns 207, we share fun facts about the greatest actors who have played Jane Austen’s iconic character onscreen.

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Movie Marathons for the New Year: 20 Epic, Binge-worthy Film Menus to Ring in 2020

No matter your mood, we’ve got movie marathon ideas aplenty!

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15 of the Best Pride and Prejudice Adaptations, Ranked

To celebrate Jane Austen’s 244th birthday, we discuss the most well-known movie and TV Pride and Prejudice adaptations, ranking them from worst to best.

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12 of the Best Romantic Period Drama Movies on Disney+ to Watch

Here are some of the best romantic period drama movies on Disney+, from popular period dramas to historical fantasy films, and lesser-known costume dramas.

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The Top 35 Enchanting Christmas Period Dramas To Watch

Here are five new Christmas period dramas, including Little Women and 30 old favorites to revisit over the holiday season.

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‘The Bitter Tea of General Yen’ Review – See One of the First Interracial Romances on Screen

Directed by Frank Capra, The Bitter Tea of General Yen is a relatively forgotten pre-Code film with social relevance, religious cynicism, violence, and a shocking interracial romance between a Chinese warlord and a Christian missionary. Indeed, this is not the type of movie one thinks of when referencing a Capra classic. It’s a Wonderful Life it is not. But that’s what makes this movie so fascinating. Not only is it different from Capra’s later films, but it’s also a love story ahead of its time.

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Coming Home (1998) Review: A Solid WWII Period Drama With Fine Performances

Coming Home (1998) is an ITV miniseries based upon Rosamunde Pilcher’s coming-of-age story of the same name. The series is set during World War II (pre and post as well) in England. It follows about a decade of the life and loves and travails of schoolgirl Judith Duncan, who comes of age as war erupts.

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Delight in The Wizard of Oz: Life Lessons 80 Years Later

The Wizard of Oz offers a number of life lessons and I thought I would share just a few, with a little tongue-in-cheek commentary! These aren’t earth-shattering. Rather, these Wizard of Oz life lessons are sweetly sentimental.

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Love in the Later Stages: 33 Movies About Older People in Celebration of National Grandparents Day

While young love is often the go-to rom-com form, there is something to be said and gained by the examination of “old” love. Love that has weathered a lifetime together. Love that blossoms despite and because of wrinkles and grey hairs. And love that faces the ultimate separation: death. In celebration of National Grandparents Day, I’ve put together a list of movies about older people showcasing love in the later stages, “old” love as it were.

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