9 Stars

  • The Devil and Miss Jones (1941) A very funny movie with a unique plot and screwball ending…one of the best comedies you will see in any era. This is the first “Undercover Boss” – A tycoon gets more than ...
  • Baby Doll (1956) Could this be the sexiest movie ever?  Maybe…a powerful tale of seduction and restraint with a beautiful 25-year old Carroll Baker whose pure beauty and naivety make this Tenessee Williams script an ...
  • A Place in the Sun (1951) A movie that draws you in with sensuality and drama as a perfect love story goes awry.  A powerful movie that won 6 Academy Awards. TWO OF THE BIGGEST STARS IN THEIR PRIME This ...
  • Paths of Glory (1957) A thought provoking war film that focuses on the blinded judgment of generals who fight for politics and principle more than common sense.  This is a thinking mans movie and that’s one ...
  • Sabrina (1954) Fall in love with Audrey Hepburn…her first movie, “Roman Holiday” made her a star, but “Sabrina” proved that she could become the biggest star of Hollywood–adorable, witty, and sexy! FROM OVERLOOKED TO IN ...
  • Some Like It Hot (1959) For some, the greatest comedy of all time, I wouldn’t go that far but this is a very funny screwball comedy with a seductive onslaught by Marilyn Monroe and the cross dressing ...
  • Casablanca (1942) “Here’s looking at you kid” – One of the great lines from classic movies.  Casablanca is one of the truly great classic films.  If you haven’t seen it, you should.  I wouldn’t ...
  • The Prince and the Showgirl (1957) A very underrated Marilyn Monroe movie with a wildly funny performance by her as she outsmarts all the royalty, the advisors, the King’s enemies, and saves the kingdom of a small country ...
  • The Mating Season (1951) An adorable movie with a clever and hilarious plot with an Academy Award winning performance by Thelma Ritter and sexy, cute performance by  a young Gene Tierney. THE CAST Thelma Ritter was a popular ...
  • Witness to Murder (1954) A very underrated movie by Director Howard Hawks…also available on Netflix.  This movie is entertaining from beginning to end. Barbara Stanwyck is a little older here, but this movie was a precursor ...
  • One, Two, Three (1961) A Fast-paced madcap comedy that builds until the hysterrically funny “race against the clock” ending that makes this a Billy Wilder comedic masterpiece. LAUGH and then LAUGH SOME MORE This was James Cagney’s last ...
  • Bonnie and Clyde (1967) Pure Magic – Two of the greatest performances ever in a movie–Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway will blow you away with their routine of lovers recruit other crazies and perform a string ...
  • Carousel (1956) A remarkable musical with some of the best songs ever, great dancing, but what really makes this movie is the PLOT.  This is a movie about Life after Death, and how people ...
  • Peyton Place (1957) A breathtaking movie that focuses on the moral dilemmas in small town America.  Everybody has a secret, and some people’s secrets are open to the public, and other people’s secrets are buried ...
  • Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) Judy Garland has some of the most memorable scenes in movie history! Judy Sings “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” as a sad, sad reminder that her family will be moving to ...
  • The Killing (1956) This is a fast paced movie with a unique method of delivery which only the mind of Stanley Kubrick could develop.  The movie tracks the lives of about 10 people involved in ...