One of my favorite movies is Charade with Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. The ending scene with the columns is fantastic. I recommend it to everyone. Unfortunately most non-film buffs won't give it a chance because it is "old". A reason I think a lot of films are being re-made. Just wanted to share that I love Charade and heard the re-make was really bad and never watched it. I also think it is to bad that people won't watch a film because of reasons like it is in black and white, subtitled, etc.
Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn are two of the most iconic movie stars ever, and they had terrific chemistry together in Charade. Check out Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn, another great example of good on-screen chemistry.
Old movies rock. It's raining here today in beautiful Southern California, and there's nothing better to do on days like this than turning on TCM or AMC and watching B&W classics. I watched The Grapes of Wrath a few nights back, and had forgotten how wonderful that film really is. Henry Fonda was perfectly cast, and that film also has a slew of incredible character actors as long as your arm.
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