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Oscar Best Picture Nominees 60s

The 1960s brought you 'Lawrence of Arabia', 'West Side Story', 'Bonnie and Clyde', and 'Spartacus'. Check out these and other timeless cinematic masterpieces with this comprehensive list of the best the swinging 60s had to offer (at least according to the Academy Award selection panel).

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')!

'A Self Evident List': Human Rights Movies

This collection explores the different protests, struggles, and horrors that have contributed to the advancement of human rights in today's society. Heavy but rewarding viewing!

Best 60s Drama Movies

From a time when poor scripts couldn't hide behind CGI gimmicks, these are our favourite classic drama movies. Apparently Peter O’Toole left his watch on during the filming of “Lawrence of Arabia.” See if you can get through the whole thing and spot the goof!

'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!

'The Worst Of Times': Dramas from the Great Depression

Classic dramas based around the economic collapse of the 30s, including the 1992 adaptation of Steinbeck's masterpiece 'Of Mice and Men'. A substantial list, although not quite as long as the unemployment line.

Movies Like To Kill a Mockingbird: Racial Trial Dramas

African-Americans fight institutional discrimination as they make their cases in these courtroom dramas, including 'To Kill a Mockingbird', 'Amistad', and 'The Hurricane'.

'Movies Like 12 Angry Men': Classic Courtroom Sagas

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, exhibit A: our collection of the best courtroom dramas from yesteryear. Which takes the top spot: '12 Angry Men', 'To Kill a Mockingbird', or 'Breaker Morant'. You be the judge!

'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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