4 Classic Performances by Al Pacino

Al Pacino is one of the greatest actors of any generation. Nominated five times for Best Actor, Pacino has turned in some of Hollywood’s most iconic performances.

The Life and Career of Deborah Kerr

Deborah Kerr was one of Hollywood’s most esteemed actresses in the 1950s. She was nominated five times for Best Actress and is one of the greatest actresses to never win an Oscar.

6 Classic Robert De Niro Movies

Considered one of the greatest actors of all time, Robert De Niro emerged in the 1970s with iconic performances in some of the greatest movies of the New Hollywood era. He made his best films with Marin Scorsese and won an Oscar for playing a young Vito Corleone, a role immortalized by fellow method actor, Marlon Brando. Though he became something of a parody later in his career, De Niro has remained a Hollywood icon.

7 Classic Movies Starring Peter Sellers

One of the greatest comedic actors of all time, Peter Sellers had an undeniable gift for portraying a wide array of characters, sometimes within the same film. He found international success as the bumbling Inspector Clouseau in The Pink Panther series and was one of the most gifted, but troubled performers of all time.

Burt Lancaster is TCM’s Star of the Month

As they do every month, Turner Classic Movies showcases the work of a classic movie star and this November features one of the greatest actors of all time, Burt Lancaster . Starting tomorrow and continuing every Wednesday this month, TCM will show 29 movies starring Lancaster, some of which feature some of the best performances ever put on film. Lancaster’s career was as diverse as it was iconic, and Turner aims to display that diversity with a wide range of his movies. … Read Full Post

6 Classic Judy Garland Movies

An incredible talent whose contralto voice, girl next door look, and undeniable charm turned her into a star, Judy Garland was once hailed by Fred Astaire as one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived. Her starring role in one of Hollywood’s most iconic classic movies turned her into a legend, though by the mid-1940s Garland was struggling mightily from a number of personal travails. Still, she enjoyed enormous success in movies and later on the Broadway stage, though her personal struggles ultimately led to her downfall. Here are six classic movies starring the incomparable Judy Garland.

6 Classic Judy Garland Movies

An incredible talent whose contralto voice, girl next door look, and undeniable charm turned her into a star, Judy Garland was once hailed by Fred Astaire as one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived. Her starring role in one of Hollywood’s most iconic classic movies turned her into a legend, though by the mid-1940s Garland was struggling mightily from a number of personal travails. Still, she enjoyed enormous success in movies and later on the Broadway stage, though her personal struggles ultimately led to her downfall. Here are six classic movies starring the incomparable Judy Garland.

‘Carrie’ Remake Fizzles at the Box Office

At first, it must have seemed like a good idea. A remake of a classic horror movie based on an acclaimed novel by one of our greatest authors. But as Sony Screen Gems and MGM just found out, that’s not always a recipe for box office success. In fact, it often never is. … Read Full Post

6 Classic Vivien Leigh Movies

One of the greatest screen actresses of all time, Vivien Leigh became an overnight star after playing the coveted role of Scarlett O’Hara in ‘Gone With the Wind’ (1939), one of classic Hollywood’s most celebrated films of all-time. She won the Oscar for that iconic performance and another for ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ (1951), while forging one of the great Hollywood marriages with Laurence Olivier. Here are six great films starring Vivien Leigh.

John Ford and Henry Fonda Classic Movies

While he had a far more prolific collaboration with John Wayne director John Ford also enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Henry Fonda. Spanning seven films over two decades, their collaboration produced some of the greatest Westerns, biographies, and literary adaptations ever made. They even made a great comedy adapted from Fonda’s Tony-winning stage production, but the two came to literal blows on set and abruptly ended what could have gone down as one of the most productive actor-director duos in Hollywood history.