Each Friday, we recommend seven Old Movies to Watch Now, all of which come recommended by one of our critics and can currently be screened online. Read the review, watch the movie, feel accomplished.
• L’Age d’Or, “Luis Buñuel’s first and most radical feature,” says Jonathan Rosenbaum.
• The Glass Shield, Charles Burnett’s crime drama.
• Intolerance, D.W. Griffith’s epic follow-up to Birth of a Nation.
• I’ve Always Loved You, Frank Borzage’s 1946 color melodrama.
• Scarlet Street, Fritz Lang’s remake of Jean Renoir’s La Chienne.
• Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino’s breakthrough.
• 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Walt Disney’s big-budget adaptation of Jules Verne’s book.
For even more selections, check out OMTWN, your go-to spot for streaming recommendations. Happy watching!