Arsenic and Old Lace, a black comedy directed by Frank Capra and starring Cary Grant, is just as funny now as it was in 1944. Shot over the course of eight weeks in late 1941, the film wouldn’t see the light of day until 1944. Broadway plays are always a great source material for films. However, Broadway producers were always worried that movies would impact their attendance. At least, this was the case during the…"Arsenic and Old Lace: A Hysterical Classic"
Almost 80 years after Warner Bros. released the film in theaters, Casablanca remains one of the greatest films of all time. Bogart and Bergman put in performances that would also define both of their careers. It was a match made in heaven in casting the film. A love story that was also doomed from the very beginning. Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), who remains neutral, runs Rick’s Café Americaine. It’s December 1941 and this is before…"Casablanca: One of the Greatest Films Ever Made"