Sunday, August 3, 2014

Classic Film Sunday

It's the last day of the weekend and it's time to uncover some of those great film classics. Maybe sift through your grandparent's collections or click a few times and you'll find it in your downloads file. Why not spend the afternoon relaxing with popcorn and a classic-movie marathon...



Indulge yourself in the romance of the swarthy Rhett Butler and passionate Scarlett O'Hara  in Gone with the Wind. The old fashioned ideas of how men and women should behave will make you wish you could travel back to the 1800s.



Keeping you constantly intrigued, All About Eve follows a group of 1950s theatre stars and directors who take a deceptively innocent actress under their wings. Her tragic story captivates them and sucks us into a tale of deceit and ambition with a few comedic twists along the way.



An Audrey Hepburn film is always a must, and if you've already seen Breakfast at Tiffany's; another one to try is Two for the Road. A comedy about wealth, love and wanderlust. We see where their journey begins and follow them throughout.













With high speed car chases, constantly ringing telephones and excessive amounts of cigarette smoke, His Girl Friday plants you right in the action. Cary Grant and Rosalind Russel take on the roles of two witty 1950s journalists and show you what it's all about.



Overflowing with 1960s British culture, fashion, An Education shows us the life Jenny Mellor, who plans to graduate and attend Oxford University. She is sidetracked by first love when she meets an older man and is whirled into an exciting world of charm, money and parties. 



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