Picturegoer magazine, 1938: “We are facing a film famine”

Today on TMP, all of the hot gossip from Picturegoer magazine, 1938! "WE ARE FACING A FILM FAMINE" There was apparently a film famine in 1938, but if you were to ask Picturegoer mag's staff about the tragedy, they'd probably respond with a simple shrug. "Film famine? Eh, just another year in the life." The … Continue reading Picturegoer magazine, 1938: “We are facing a film famine”

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Remaking the Classics: Out of the Past (1947) and Against All Odds (1984)

I never hear anyone talk about the remake of Out of the Past, probably because Out of the Past is practically sacred territory among classic film buffs. The 1947 noir is a film that I, personally, adore. Everything about it is great: the photography, the dialogue, the performances, the drama, the chemistry! It's a well-made film … Continue reading Remaking the Classics: Out of the Past (1947) and Against All Odds (1984)

The Critical Eye: Random Harvest (1942)

Random Harvest, dir. Mervyn LeRoy Starring Greer Garson and Ronald Colman Recommended | HIGHLY RECOMMENDED | Must-See Charles "Smithy" Rainier is a veteran of the first World War, inflicted with a bout of amnesia. He doesn't remember his pre-war life at all, so he breaks free from the hospital where he's being observed and starts anew, eventually marrying music … Continue reading The Critical Eye: Random Harvest (1942)