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Oscar Best Picture Nominees 50s

The decade that brought you '12 Angry Men', 'On the Waterfront', and 'Streetcar Named Desire'. Don't think for a minute this collection of best picture nominees from the 1950s is past its expiration date. Like fine wine, these flicks only get better with age (and digital remastering).

Great Stage-To-Screen Adaptations

Given a movie is really just a play with some cameras chucked in, it is unsurprising so many fantastic films have emerged from the thespian sphere; enjoy this collection of play adaptations, ranging from the work of Old Bill to Arthur Miller.

Great American Literature Adaptations

Remember all those books they made you read in 9th grade English? Guess what, they made movies out of them! Check out 'The Old Man and the Sea', 'Beloved', and - most recently - 'In the Heart of the Sea' (based on 'Moby Dick')!

Vintage Romance Movies

“It Happened One Night” that you opened this list and binge watched all of these classics. Respect!

'Faulkner & Friends': Based on Southern Gothic Lit

These films, new and classic, are based on one of America's richest literary traditions - that of the Southern Gothic, which boasts such impressive figureheads as William Faulkner, Tennessee Williams, and Harper Lee. Tuck in to this collection of filmic adaptations based on their best works!

Marlon Brando Classics

Before he wheezed out threats to frightened supplicants and devolved into madness in the Vietnamese jungle Marlon Brando was America's biggest hearthrob in movies like 'On the Waterfront', 'A Streetcar Named Desire', and 'The Wild One'. More than just a Hollywood darling, Marlon Brando was also a highly influential activist, and a particularly strong advocate for the Civil Rights Movement.

'Look Away, Look Away': Southern Gothic Classics

Featuring the works of writers like Tennessee Williams, William Faulkner, and Harper Lee. Gritty, romantic, and sometimes surreal dramas set in declining pockets of the American South. It's difficult to really get the Southern Gothic aesthetic until you start watching, so pick a flick and dive in!

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