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Classic Entertainment: Bestsellers From Moviepix 1950s

Scottish actor Alastair Sim (1900 - 1976) plays the title role in the film 'Scrooge' (aka 'A Christmas Carol'), directed by Brian Desmond Hurst for Renown.. Edinburgh-born Sim, a former elocution professor, made his stage debut aged 30 and quickly progressed to films in 1935 appearing in five in his first year. He was a character actor who was equally successful in drama and comedy roles. He starred in many films including 'The Belles of St Trinian's' (1954) and 'An Inspector Calls' (1954)…

14 Reasons You Shouldn't See "The Fault In Our Stars"

The end of the movie will have you fantasizing about alternate endings that don't make you so sad, but then you will regrettably understand that there was no other way. | 14 Reasons You Shouldn't See "The Fault In Our Stars"

Haha! Or you could do what Enjolras does and act like it's your birthday, Bastille Day and Christmas all rolled into one. Seriously, his enthusiasm was a little intense, but I wouldn't have him any other way.

I Dreamed a Meme: Les Miserables Meets the Internet