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Blu-ray review | An Affair to Remember – Hankies out for Cary Grant & Deborah Kerr in a classic weepie
Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr star in An Affair to Remember as a wealthy playboy and a nightclub singer who fall for each other on board a transatlantic liner. They resolve to meet six months later on top of the … Continue reading
Got a party to go to with a 1940s theme? Check out Couch Potato’s pictorial round-up of films that collectively define this decade by showcasing the fashions, styles, cinematic trends and general look of their time. There are three things … Continue reading
The Tourist – Johnny Depp & Angelina Jolie’s romantic caper: forget the lack of thrills, admire the view
If you’re nostalgic for the kind of glossy romantic thrillers that Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn made in their prime, you’ll probably make a beeline for The Tourist in which Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie do their best to emulate their … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Did you know – the road where Grace Kelly and Cary Grant are pursued by police in this 1955 Hitchcock comedy-thriller is the same road where Grace Kelly … Continue reading
In tribute to Hollywood legend Tony Curtis we’ve selected a scene from probably his greatest film, Billy Wilder’s classic 1959 comedy Some Like It Hot. It’s the one where he first puts on his pose as an oil-rich playboy to … Continue reading
In this classic comedy, a pair of crooks (Kevin Kline and Jamie Lee Curtis) attempt to locate a stash of stolen jewels with the unwitting aid of John Cleese’s straitlaced barrister Archie Leach. Did you know that Archie Leach was … Continue reading
50 years young this year, Hitchcock’s classic thriller North by Northwest gets a welcome cinema re-release from today, courtesy of the BFI. Clever, witty and suspenseful, this is easily Hitchcock’s most purely entertaining movie – and one that’s as effortlessly … Continue reading
When I sat down in the cinema to watch Ricky Gervais make his debut as a Hollywood leading man in the fantasy comedy Ghost Town, I was ready to squirm with embarrassment – and not in a good way. Gervais … Continue reading
On TCM tonight at 9pm It seems that everyone has a favourite Alfred Hitchcock film and for some people this chase thriller is theirs. Cary Grant plays an ordinary business executive who inadvertently becomes embroiled in espionage and murder. You … Continue reading