Hundreds of titles to choose from and nothing looks good?
We’ve got you covered – or, more accurately, Omar does. With a insatiable thirst for classic film and television, Omar is our “go to guy” for tips on great titles that might otherwise be lost to most Imagination Connoisseurs. Every day, Omar comes up with another suggestion – so you’re out of excuses (until Omar runs out of content).
Mel Gibson was getting defrosted in the future long before Captain America – that’s one of several interesting observations made by our millennial film reviewer, Omar. Find out why we’ve made FOREVER YOUNG our Watch of the Day …
Part comedy, part musical, part romance, ONE TOUCH OF VENUS, with Robert Walker and Ava Gardner, has been made and remade a number of times throughout Hollywood’s history. Find out why we’ve made it our Watch of the Day …
When considering films that reflected the attitude of the times in which they were made, maybe no film approaches the annoyance of authority that epitomized the late 60s better than COOL HAND LUKE. Why should this film be your WATCH OF THE DAY? Read our review and think for yourself …
Arthur Penn was playing with fire when he paired Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the famous, bank robbing pair in BONNIE AND CLYDE. But boy, did the risks bring the rewards (for generations of film fans). Why should this film be your WATCH OF THE DAY? Read our review and think for yourself …
Orson Welles’ cinematic masterpiece, CITIZEN KANE, is considered to be one of the most important movies of all time – but it’s on the verge of being forgotten by today’s audiences. Why should this film be your WATCH OF THE DAY? Read our review and think for yourself …
Our weekend watch recommendation is a classic Bogart film, DEAD RECKONING. It’s everything you’ve come to expect in a 40s film noir thriller – and that’s a good thing.
One of Marilyn Monroes three smash movies of 1953, NIAGRA has the makings of a classic, film noir thriller – lust, murder and Marilyn.
In the spirit of film noir classic, DOUBLE INDEMNITY, comes a thriller from the 40s filled with deceit, treachery and a botched murder. IMPACT is a fun film throwback to a grittier time and Omar takes you there.
The “Watch of the Day” returns with a light-hearted recommendation from the early 60s. Catch Jane Fonda and Cliff Robertson in the playful, romantic comedy, SUNDAY IN NEW YORK.
Omar comes back with another recommended watch in honor of the 15th anniversary of its release – Peter Jackson’s remake of KING KONG took the legendary classic to a new level of realism. But is it as good as the original? Find out.
Eighty years after it was first released, film legend Charlie Chaplin’s only “talkie”, THE GREAT DICTATOR, still packs a punch with today’s audiences. Released in 1940, it was never seen in Germany until 1958.
Johnny Depp and Tim Burton’s first collaboration occurred on the movie EDWARD SCISSORHANDS which celebrates its 30th anniversary on December 7, 2020. Omar gives you his view on the film and some interesting facts to know prior to watching it for yourself.
Before TV, genre enterainment fans would get their sci-fi fix from serialized stories at the theater. Among the greatest of the adventurers was Buck Rogers. Omar shares his review of the 1939 adventure series, PLANET OUTLAWS.
Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman’s Indiscreet (1958) might be a little short on plot, but it’s got plenty of style and it’s Omar’s WATCH OF THE DAY.
Doris Day sings what will become her most famous song, Que Sera Sera, in the 1956 remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic: THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH in today’s “Watch of the Day” recommendation.
Today’s watch recommendation is a classic suspense film, ROPE directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Jimmy Stewart.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire is a rarely watched Disney Classic and is today’s recommendation for the “Watch of the Day.”
Omar 94 has a recommendation for those of us exhausted by the political climate of the day. Sit back and take in DAVE, a gentle comedy from 1993 by filmmaker Ivan Reitman, starring Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver.