Please don’t get on a plane for Thanksgiving. Avoid Covid by eating your turkey dinner before your computer screen, and watching — all free! — these handpicked classic movie entertainments.
As Greta Thunberg travels the world, invited to speak to government bodies everywhere, she doesn’t every mince her words or try to build bridges. “You have messed up the environment!” is her shrill, righteous message.
Covid-19 goes on and on. Hang tight at home, where you can relax and watch old movies. Here’s an 11th list of disparate favorites that can easily be viewed on your computer.
In his mostly successful filmic adaptation of Martin Eden, Italian director Pietro Marcello transposes with ease London’s Oakland novel to the seaport of Naples.
Covid-19 goes on, and, in public, our masked lives. At home, we can relax watching old movies. Here’s a 10th list of disparate favorites you can view on your computer.
I am a champion of “C” movie effects, the cheaper and clunkier the better. So huzzahs for Save Yourselves! and its tacky monsters from another planet.
Five more feature films of great interest and their links, lovingly chosen to get you through the continuing travails of the coronavirus.
“Did you know that film director John Ford lived in your apartment when a boy?”
The cinema verite masterpiece is among the first non-fiction theatrical features to chronicle “regular” people going about their everyday lives.
So what’s up with the 16 year old Naima, who has been mostly watching and listening? Is it time for her to become an “adult”?