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Singing in the Rain is a musical performance that takes place in the rain (1952)
Singing in the Rain is a must-see for anyone who enjoys a behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood. It’s a film about making movies, set in the early days of silent cinema when the introduction of “talking pictures” revolutionised the industry and forced actors to, well, start talking. It’s definitely the ultimate movie musical, with songs you’ll recognise even though you’ve never seen it before, starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Donald O’Connor. Even if singing (in the rain or otherwise) isn’t your thing, there’s romance, great dance numbers, genius comedy, and some OTT ’20s fashion to gawk at. Turn on for a dose of positive vibes and old-school Hollywood movie charm.

Tiffany’s for breakfast (1961)
Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the movie that launched a thousand black dresses, does it get any chicer? No, no, no. Have you ever seen it? What have you been up to for the past few years? Run to NowTv right now to watch Audrey Hepburn’s most popular appearance, her timeless looks that have lasted from 1961 to Big Little Lies, and a sad and wonderful tale.

a feeling of dizziness (1958)

Vertigo is classic movie royalty and one of Alfred Hitchcock’s most successful films, consistently topping Best Movie lists. This old school thriller is full of suspense, plot twists, and towering performances from James Stewart, who plays an acrophobic in love with tragic ice-queen beauty Kim Novak, dubbed the “Tom Hanks of the 1950s.”

Casablanca is a film set in Casablanca (1942)

You’ve actually been living on the moon if you haven’t heard of Casablanca. If you’ve seen it or not, so many of its references – the video, the famous lines, and that famous last scene – have entered popular culture that you might believe you have. But Casablanca is well worth watching, so go to Amazon Prime right now and enjoy the old-school thriller, really flattering 1940s lighting (where do I get a permanent spotlight like that?) and sweeping, world-in-peril romance starring two of Hollywood’s greatest stars: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Play it once more, Sam…

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    Choose your favourite rom-com from the past:

    • When Harry Met Sally.
    • Pretty In Pink
    • Mystic Pizza
    • Say Anything
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    Choose your favourite musical film from the past:

    • Little Shop Of Horrors
    • A Chorus Line
    • Fame
    • Xanadu
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    Pick a classic horror film:

    • The Shining
    • Nightmare On Elm Street
    • Evil Dead
    • The Fly
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    Choose your favourite Oscar nominee from the past:

    • Kramer vs. Kramer
    • Annie Hall
    • Rocky
    • Rain Man
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    Choose an animated film from the past:

    • The Land Before Time
    • Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    • The Fox and the Hound
    • The Brave Little Toaster
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    Pick a classic comedy:

    • Ghostbusters
    • Caddy Shack
    • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
    • National Lampoon’s Family Vacation
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    Choose a classic action film:

    • Die Hard
    • The Terminator
    • Robocop
    • Raiders Of The Lost Ark
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    Choose an alternative, indie film from the past:

    • She Has to Get It
    • Blue Velvet
    • Stranger Than Paradise
    • Repo Man

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