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Kings Row

Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture, this haunting, elegiac melodrama set in a fictitious Midwestern town was the film that made Ronald Reagan a movie star.


A Henson Broadway Tribute

In honor of Broadway's Tony Awards, on June 10 we present an encore of some of the best Muppet moments featuring stars and songs of musical theater.



In this masterful psychological western, Director Raoul Walsh and cinematographer James Wong Howe fill the open landscape of the Southwest with an oppressive dread, while the shadowy interiors hint at the domestic disarray at the heart of the drama.

They Made Me a Criminal

A remake of Archie Mayo’s 1933 pre-Code The Life of Jimmy Dolan, this Warner Bros. crime film features John Garfield, in his first top billed role, as a New York boxer who goes on the lam to rural Arizona after being wrongly accused of murder.

But I’m A Cheerleader

The cult fervor for this early 2000s video store queer favorite remains as strong as ever thank to its streaks of black humor, John Waters–inspired aesthetic and color palette, and sincere performances from its romantic leads.