2017-02-26T11:02:11ZThe 1930s marked the first full decade for Oscar and with it established the beginning of the classic Hollywood era. Silent films were a thing of the past with the transition to talkies in the late 1920s, which gave rise to stars like Norma Shearer, Irene Dunne and Bette Davis. The decade saw numerous great performances, including a revelatory turn from unlikely star Marie Dressler, and ended with Vivian Leigh’s iconic portrayal of Scarlett O’Hara.
2017-02-26T11:02:11ZMartin Scorsese is one of the most influential filmmakers of all time. But what movies influenced him? Here are eight classics that have guided his creativity.
2017-02-26T11:02:11ZHollywood's first decade with sound gave rise to a number of staple genres like the screwball comedy, which featured rapid-fire dialogue laced with wit and whimsy, and lavish musicals. In the 1930s, Oscar rewarded these films with its highest honor. Also in the decade was the first Western to win Best Picture, the first-ever film to win the so-called Big Five awards and the most enduring romantic epic Hollywood has ever known.
2017-02-26T11:02:11ZAll the James Bond movies starring Roger Moore, to date the actor who had the longest run as 007.
2017-02-26T11:02:11ZWith deadly charm and cool sophistication, Sean Connery was the first actor to play 007 and remains the best James Bond of them all.
2017-02-26T11:02:11ZThe best love stories aren't always sappy -- adventure and war films can be romantic, too! Here are 10 classic must-see movie romances.