We’ll Always Have Casablanca: The Life, Legend, and Afterlife of Hollywood’s Most Beloved Movie

Whether you’ve watched it once or countless times there’s no getting Casablanca out of your blood. “As Time Goes By,” the La Marseillaise sequence, Bogie and Bergman, Casablanca is the film that cemented the Hollywood style, creating a wealth of imitators for decades to come. So with Casablanca’s familiarity, it’s safe to assume there’s nothing new…

Sabrina (1954)

If you didn’t read Saturday’s installment of the Golden Age on the Silver Screen I direct you to it here.  I recommend it as watching Sabrina inspired me to watch this and let’s just say the two didn’t exactly mesh (in hindsight I apologize for my fangirl rant in that review…a little bit).  Either way…

Bogie (1980)

  In this week’s installment of The Golden Age on the Silver Screen, and in honor of TCM’s month of Lauren Bacall, we’re going back to 1980 to view the world of Humphrey Bogart as depicted by the makers of television with the biopic Bogie.  I have to say that I didn’t find this terrible…

To Have and Have Not (1944)

  Did I mention I love that TCM’s star of the month is Lauren Bacall?  I really wanted to watch and review The Big Sleep (which I love more than this film) but school is really kicking my ass.  Regardless, I did pick a film that bestowed Bacall unto the masses as this adaptation of…