10 Stars

  • National Velvet (1944) One of the finest family films ever made…a young Mickey Rooney and a 12-year old Elizabeth Taylor delight in this wonderful movie about new beginnings, ...
  • I’ll Cry Tomorrow (1955) The true, heartbreaking story of broadway star Lilian Roth who faces powerful addiction problems that derail her life, multiple marriages, and her own relationship with ...
  • The Gold Rush (1925) I Can’t say enough good things about this movie…If you have not seen a Charlie Chaplin film this would be a great place to start! ...
  • To Be or Not to Be (1942) I can’t say enough good things about this film…it has a unique beginning, a plot that gets funnier and crazier as it goes along, and ...
  • What’s Up, Doc? (1972) Certainly one of the funniest movies you will EVER see in your lifetime.  This movie is one of the few movies that will have you ...
  • The Court Jester (1955) In my top 10 funniest movies of all-time, to describe how funny this movie is is impossible without seeing it.  One of the best screenplays ...
  • The Manchurian Candidate (1962) A classic thriller that introduced the concept of “psychological warfare.”  Superb performances by Frank Sinatra and “Murder She Wrote” star Angela Lansbury, as well as ...
  • Roman Holiday (1953) One of greatest movies of ever!  An adorable Audrey Hepburn reels you in..this is her first movie in a major role and the one that ...
  • North by Northwest (1959) Possibly Alfred Hitchcock’s best movie…a classic in so many ways.  A clever plot, mysterious characters, and of course leading man Cary Grant…the master of suspense ...
  • The Wizard of Oz (1939) For many movie critics, 1939 was the best year for movies…well The Wizard of Oz would probably be the BEST MOVIE in any decade or ...
  • The Pride of the Yankees (1942) The Best Sports Movie Ever?  Or maybe the greatest love story ever?  You could make a case for both.  Nominated for 11 Academy Awards…this movie ...
  • Niagara (1953) A nearly perfect movie with everything you want! Marilyn Monroe as sexy and as talented as ever, Joseph Cotten as her angry, vengeful husband, and ...
  • An Affair to Remember (1957) The perfect love story that takes twists and turns and results in one of the most memorable endings ever.  Deborah Kerr is stunning with her ...
  • The Best Years of our Lives (1946) One of the first movies that made a DRAMATIC STATEMENT after World War II.  This movie has relevance even today as we also have soldiers ...
  • Strangers on a Train (1951) Alfred Hitchcock thriller about two guys who meet on a train which leads to some very tense moments and difficult challenges.  To me, this is ...
  • Some Came Running (1958) Shirley MacLaine delivers a funny and a moving performance, and one of the best of all-time.   This movie is classic, and a truly memorable ...
  • Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) One of the most visually and musically stimulating movies you will ever see.  This isn’t a movie really, it is more of an experience.  Epic, ...
  • The Lady Eve (1941) One of the truly great romantic comedies of all-time captivating you with seduction, double crossing, and crazy characters.  An incredible movie with a totally unique ...
  • Shadow of a Doubt (1943) A thoroughly riveting movie with a great opening!  Easily in my top 5 Alfred Hitchcock movies, this movie could possibly be the BEST Hitchcock movie ...
  • The Lady Vanishes (1938) The best of Alfred Hitchcock’s British films and an absolute masterpiece!  I came into this movie with low expectations, and I was shocked at how ...
  • Ball of Fire (1941) Billy Wilder was the writer, and Howard Hawks was the director…they turned out one of the funniest movies of all time.  12 men are trying ...
  • Wait Until Dark (1967) Gripping Suspense turns to hysteria as a blind woman must fight off would be criminals.  This movie is one of the most frightening movies ever ...
  • From Here to Eternity (1953) From the Epic Book, by James Jones comes possibly the greatest movie of all-time.  At the time, it’s 14 academy awards nominations at the time ...
  • To Catch a Thief (1955) This is Alfred Hitchock’s most beautiful movie with two of the biggest stars of their era:  Grace Kelly and Cary Grant.  This is one of ...
  • Witness for the Prosecution (1957) Billy Wilder is a cinematic genius–the director of some of the craziest comedies in history, directs a masterpiece in suspense.  This movie has one of ...
  • Dial M for Murder (1954) One of the truly great plots in a movie by none other then the Master of Suspense–Alfred Hitchcock.  Of course this movie has the ever ...