With comedy, and commentary, Hedda highlights the highs, lows, and absurdities of the cinematic take on the 1930s hit chronicling the ups and downs of a spoiled yet headstrong Southern belle (Davis) and her attempts to win back her fiance (Fonda).
Wealthy, aging spinster, Charlotte (Davis) receives a visit from her long-lost cousin, Miriam (de Havilland). With Charlotte's mental state deteriorating from hallucinations of her deceased former lover, Miriam sees this as the best opportunity to take control of her cousin's wealth.
Three New York secretaries work their way through their small company.
Hedda Lettuce weaves her way in and out of the film, interacting with it, while pianist Rachel Kaufman underscores the drama, highlighting the insanity of Faye Dunaway’s performance.
The two sisters have always one-upped each other in terms of fame as they grew up. However, after an accident leaves Blanche wheelchair bound, Jane is left to take care of her.
Veronica (Winona Ryder) is part of the most popular clique at her high school, but she disapproves of the other girls' cruel behavior.
Mame Dennis (Rosalind Russell), a progressive and independent woman of the 1920s, is left to care for her nephew Patrick (Jan Handzlik/Roger Smith) after his wealthy father dies.
New York actor Michael Dorsey (Dustin Hoffman) is a talented perfectionist who is so hard on himself and others that his agent (Sydney Pollack) can no longer find work for him.
In this modern update on Cinderella, a prostitute and a wealthy businessman fall hard for one another, forming an unlikely pair.
Brassy blonde moll Billie Dawn (Judy Holliday) hits Washington, D.C.
The police think actor Jonathan Cooper (Richard Todd) is a murderer, and now they're on his tail.
From her window, Cheryl Draper (Barbara Stanwyck) sees a neighbor, Albert Richter (George Sanders), murder a young woman.
Following a whirlwind courtship, acclaimed playwright Myra Hudson (Joan Crawford) hatches a revenge scheme.
Cher is devastatingly funny, sinuous and beautiful.
One of the most profitable horror movies ever made, this tale of an exorcism is based loosely on actual events.
Horror hostess Elvira (Cassandra Peterson) heads for the uptight New England town to claim her inheritance—a haunted house, a witch's cookbook and a punk rock poodle.
New Jersey housewife Roberta Glass (Rosanna Arquette) spices up her life by reading personals, especially a series of them being placed by a mysterious denizen of NYC named Susan (Madonna).
This documentary chronicles Madonna's controversial 1990 "Blonde Ambition" international tour—an intimate glimpse into the boundary-pushing singer's drive and individuality.
Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece of double-cross and intrigue stars Ray Milland as former tennis champ Tony Wendice, who concocts a plan to kill his rich but unfaithful wife (Grace Kelly…
One of the wittiest (and most cynical) movies of all time follows aspiring young actress Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) as she ingratiates herself with a prominent group of theatre people so she can become a Broadway star…
Years change, handsome Dorian Gray (Hurd Hatfield) does not. He remains youthful looking. But a portrait of him tells another story…
Meet Joel Goodson (Tom Cruise), an industrious, college-bound 17-year-old and a responsible, trustworthy son. However, when his parents go away…
Sweeping melodrama about a Esther Blodgett (Judy Garland), a young small-town singer with talent coming out her ears.
It was the Number One novel of the year, people! It's like a clown car filled with faded stars.
Directed by George Seaton, Henry Hathaway; Action, Drama, Thriller; 136 minutes; Rated G
For God's sakes, it's Joan Crawford and William Castle… How can a girl go wrong?
Directed by William Castle; Horror, Thriller; 82 minutes; Not rated
If you're a fan of great ensemble cast acting, then this is the film for you.
Directed by Christopher Guest; Comedy; 90 minutes; Rated PG-13
Joan is at her most beautiful in this film—a must see! John Garfield will make you moist.
Directed by Jean Negulesco; Drama, Music, Romance; 125 minutes; Not rated.