Classic Road Movies
We’re under starters orders, gearing up for the Cowley Road Carnival. Its theme this year: ‘Wheels of Change’ so here are some classic road movies for the summer months.
It Happened One Night: Frank Capra’s seminal screwball comedy starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbertthat won all five major Academy Awards in 1934, as breezy and beguiling as ever.
Classic Road Movies (Part 2)
We’re staying on the road until the week of Cowley Road Carnival!
Bonnie and Clyde: Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway pepper the American Midwest with bullets in this intelligent, amoral, genre-busting bank-robber movie.
Journey to Italy: Widely regarded as one of Roberto Rossellini’s finest - starring Ingrid Bergman and George Sanders. A graceful depiction of an English marriage that reaches a crisis in the south of Italy.
Psycho: The music, the setting, the shower, the mother; everything about this iconic film has passed into cinema history. Alfred Hitchcock’s classic which topped the AFI’s 100 most thrilling American films.