The below article was written by Wes Sterling, one of our devoted readers, as his second entry in #CleanMovieMonth2020. Since he has no website, we are proudly publishing it here. These days it’s easy to be exhausted with 24/7 news coverage of all that is going on in the nation and around the world. Thank … Continue reading #CleanMovieMonth2020 Guest Article: “’Sun Valley Serenade’ (1941) Review” by Wes Sterling
With the dawn of the Code Era, Warner Brothers, reputed to be the darkest, grittiest studio, wanted to turn over a new leaf. To prove that they could make highbrow entertainment, not just gangster films and tawdry musicals, they presented an epic film full of special effects, classical music, and Shakespeare. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, … Continue reading “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (1935) by Rebekah Brannan for The Code Classics Blogathon!
Today is Friday, but I am publishing my second 100 New Code Films article a little earlier than usual this week. That is so that this article can coincide with the blogathon we are hosting here at PEPS, the Code Classics Blogathon, which lasts from July 14 to July 17. In all but four weeks … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #56. “Les Miserables” from 1952; “A Second Code Uprising” for The Code Classics Blogathon; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #11