Movie of the Month

  • Movie of the Month: Nuts

    When Claudia, a call girl, is accused of murdering a client, her parents rush to have her declared insane to avoid a prison sentence.

  • Movie of the Month: OKLAHOMA!

    A pretty farm girl is courted by two rivals: a dashing cowboy and a dastardly farm hand; with Shirley Jones, Gordon MacRae, Gloria Grahame, and Gene Nelson.

  • Movie of the Month: Funny Girl

    The talented comedienne, Fanny Brice, works her way up from bit player in Vaudeville, to Broadway star, with the help of the powerful, Florenz Ziegfeld. As she rises, her marriage to the slick, imprisoned-businessman, Nick Arnstein deteriorates. Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif star.

  • Movie of the Month: Norma Rae

    Norma Rae is a textile mill worker, where the pay is low, and the hours are long. After hearing a spirited speech from a union activist, Norma tries to embolden her fellow workers to rally around the cause; with Sally Field, Beau Bridges, Ron Leibman.

  • Movie of the Month: The Grapes of Wrath

    Looking for a better life, the Joad family packs up their possessions and leaves Oklahoma for California. Upon arrival, they are beleaguered by bad luck, and their hoped for dream existence turns into something quite different. Based on John Steinbeck’s book, the movie stars Henry Fonda and Jane Darwell.

  • Movie of the Month: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

    The handsome, former sports star, Brick Pollitt, and his sultry wife, visit his family’s Mississippi plantation to celebrate “Big Daddy’s” 65th birthday. There, the hot-headed old man confronts his son, and demands to know why he and Maggie haven’t given him a grandchild. Based on the play by Tennessee Williams, with an all-star cast comprised of Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, Burl Ives, and Judith Anderson.

  • Movie of the Month: Out of Africa

    An aristocratic woman travels to Africa to join her husband, and discovers his infidelity. She finds love a second time, contracts syphilis from him, and the relationship wanes. Based on the journals of Isak Dinesen. Meryl Streep, Robert Redford, and Klaus Maria Brandauer star; directed by Sydney Pollack.

  • Movie of the Month: The King and I

    A widowed Welsh mother travels to Siam, and becomes the governess/English tutor to the many wives and children of an obstinate king. Starring Yul Brynner, Deborah Kerr, and directed by Walter Lang.

  • Movie of the Month: My Fair Lady

    In this 1964 production, based on George Bernard Shaw’s PYGMALION, a cocky phonetics instructor is convinced he can transform a working class girl into a refined member of High Society. With Audrey Hepburn, and Rex Harrison; directed by George Cukor.  

  • Movie of the Month: How to Steal a Million

    Charles Bonnett is a veteran art forger, who sells his phony masterpieces for a large profit. When one of his sculptures gets into a Parisian museum, his daughter steals it to protect his reputation; starring Audrey Hepburn, Peter O’Toole, Eli Wallach, and Charles Boyer.

  • Movie of the Month: Mary Poppins

    The children of preoccupied British parents get an unexpected visit from a nanny with magical powers that upends the household. Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke and Ed Wynn star.    

  • Movie of the Month: The Queen

    Suddenly, the beautiful and beloved Diana is dead, and the circumspect¬†monarch is hurled into a quandary: to mourn publicly–or not? Because the savvy Prime Minister, Tony Blair, recognizes a potential public relations disaster if the Event is not acknowledged, he persuades Elizabeth to pay tribute to her daughter-in-law. With Helen Mirren and Michael Sheen.   […]