Ten of the best Sopranos episodes, chosen by its stars — Triatum

Sopranos stars Steve Schirripa and Michael Imperioli pick their highlights from the classic TV mob dramaMore than a decade since it departed from our screens, The Sopranos continues to loom menacingly over the TV landscape like a New Jersey capo wielding a cleaver. Impossible to dislodge from the top of best-of lists (most recently it […]

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60 Best Action Movies You Need to Watch — Centramic

If you’re looking to get your heart pumping, but don’t want to leave the couch, check out our list of the 60 best action films of all time. From war-time action and historical dramas to post-apocalyptic wastelands and superheroes, there’s an action movie for all tastes. 1. Avengers Endgame Superhero movies are the […]

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The Masque of the Red Death (1964) — Movies Unchained

If you long for something that occurred at the perfect intersection between sanctimonious morality tale and harrowing existential horror, you’d probably find Roger Corman’s adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Masque of the Red Death delivers exactly what you’re looking for. To describe this film is to attempt to put a saddle on one of […]

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The Servant (1963) — Movies Unchained

“He may be a servant, but he’s also a human” These words occur at a crucial moment in The Servant, the first of three collaborations between acclaimed playwright Harold Pinter and exiled American director Joseph Losey. They may appear to be an obvious, perhaps even painfully gauche, sentiment – but they happen almost concurrently to […]

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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (1963) — Movies Unchained

When you’ve made arguably one of the greatest films of all time, a director is normally allowed to do anything he or she decides is worth their time, granted its within reasonable limits, and maintains some kind of artistic integrity. Vittorio De Sica is the mind behind Bicycle Thieves, a film that not only stands […]

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