Top 10 Films to Dust Off and Re-watch
There's no denying the appeal of the new: a new year, a new movie, a new season of TV-viewing delights. But then again, there are times when what you really want is an oldie, a goodie, a tried-and-true favorite that hits you just there. So it is with our Top 10 Films to Dust Off and Re-watch, with a little something for everyone, from HOOSIERS to THE WAR OF THE ROSES and beyond. Maybe you''ve seen these films a dozen times; maybe just once, a dozen years ago. Regardless, you''ll be glad to have the chance to visit them again.Photo Credit: Fan Pop
9. INVENTING THE ABBOTTS (1997)
Class distinctions shape interactions between the aristocratic Abbott girls and the "wrong side of the tracks" Holt boys in 1957 Illinois. Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Live Tyler, Billy Crudup, Jennifer Connelly.Photo Credit: The Movie Database
Dont miss INVENTING THE ABBOTTS Saturday, January 5th at 10:15p only on Sundance Channel.
8. CAREER GIRLS (1997)
Katrin Cartlidge and Lynda Steadman play oddly matched former college roommates in this miniature character study from Mike Leigh (SECRETS AND LIES; NAKED). Six years after going their separate ways, sharp-tongued Hannah (Cartlidge) and socially awkward Annie (Steadman), are reunited when Annie returns to London for a short visit. As Annie and Hannah reflect upon their current life, work and concerns, the past (in the form of revealing flashbacks) is still very present. "A masterful work... a perfect little gem of a movie" Washington Post.Photo Credit: Scalisto
Dont miss CAREER GIRLS Friday, January 4th at 10:30p only on Sundance Channel.
7. FRANTIC (1988)
This Roman Polanski film, featuring Harrison Ford, is about an American doctor in Paris who discovers that his wife has been kidnapped. He soon finds himself involved in drugs, murder and espionage.Photo Credit: Edge of the Frame
Dont miss FRANTIC Thursday, January 3rd at 10:30p only on Sundance Channel.
5. WHEN WILL I BE LOVED (2004)
A young woman (Neve Campbell) begins exploring the limits of her sexual power. She hatches a money making scheme with her boyfriend (Fred Weller) and a media mogul but things quickly get out of hand.Photo Credit: All Movie Photo
Dont miss WHEN WILL I BE LOVED Wednesday, January 9th at 8p only on Sundance Channel.
4. IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER (1993)
Filmmaker Jim Sheridan tells a timely and emotionally riveting true story, examining how the desire to convict terrorists can, in turn, lead to a perversion of justice. Daniel Day-Lewis stars as a petty thief, who in 1975 was convicted of bombing an English pub. Years later, when a crusading attorney (Emma Thompson) makes a startling discovery, the truth comes to light. Oscar® nominations for Best Picture, Director, Actor and Supporting Actor (Day-Lewis and Pete Postlethwaite), Supporting Actress (Thompson), Editing and Screenplay.Photo Credit: The Best Picture Project
Dont miss IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER Thursday, January 10th at 10p only on Sundance Channel.