Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Blog of the Week: Java's Journey

In Java's world, a Classic Movie is "one that fits somewhere between the mid-1930s to the mid-1960s."  Java also occasionally explores Honorary Classics, which are "those films which do not fit the loosely strict definition." The blog is Java's "journey through classic films. I gush over my favorite bits of vintage cinema (stories from in front of or behind the camera) and I explore the parts of this vast genre of history that I don't yet know."

You can visit Java's Journey at: http://javabeanrush.blogspot.com/

Recent posts at Java's Journey include:

Les Miserables (1935)

Watch Classic Movies for Free This Summer with Screen on the Green

Robert Wagner's Autobio Pieces of My Heart

Bend of the River (1952)

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Blog of the Week: FilmPhiles

FilmPhiles is a place for lovers of film to gather, to share their love of films and film-making, to enjoy each others' company, and to have fun! The members of FilmPhiles review: silent, pre-code, and foreign films; film noir; screwball cinema; television series; and film turkeys. They also profile actors, actresses, directors, and even animal stars!

You can visit FilmPhiles at: http://filmphiles.blogspot.com/

Recent posts at FilmPhiles include:

Frank Capra: That Certain Thing (1928)
John Barrymore--Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)
Gilby's Favorite TV Actresses--The Top Five!
Bernadette (the dog)