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If you’re an avid movie fan, or a casual fan of all things cinematic, you’ve probably heard of the Roaring 20s. The decade that saw the birth of Hollywood, and its most famous film, Chicago Hope. But did you know there was also a period in America called the “Movielover”? A movement? No? Well then… yes! And it was during this time that many of our favorite films were released. It was a golden age for American cinema — one filled with exciting characters, beautiful cinematography and lush filmmaking. Here are 9 movies from that era that you need to see if you’re a movie buff.

Man of a part

This was one of the first cycles of the MOVIE movement. Like the rest of the decade, Man of a Part follows a group of young professionals who decide to make a career out of becoming big-screen stars. The film stars Bing Crosby, Morey Amsterdam, and Louise F Efficiency. It is also the first movie to win the Best Visual Effects award at the Academy Awards. This is one of the most important times in movie history, as it marked the beginning of the age of digital photography and the development of the internet. Not only was the internet a new concept to the average person, but so was the way movies were made. Digital cameras and lenses could produce video and photo images simultaneously, eliminating the visual effects and ZOOMING that was previously required. This made possible the adoption of the 8-bit color image format, which began to become widespread in the late 60s. It also started the trend of the darker, moodier movies that followed.

## The Big Skyes

The Big Skyes is one of the most iconic lost pictures of the 20th century, thanks to its unique style, special effects, and incredible acting. It stars George Serell, who would go on to become one of the most popular actors of all time, and Jennifer Jones, who would go on to have an impactful career in both acting and writing. The movie tells the tale of a group of North Dakota farmers who decide to journey to the Great Lakes to look for gold. There they run into a group of Native American people, who turn out to be a race of big-eyed, big-mouthed, big-footed animals. Based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway, the movie was produced by George Serell and was released on November 18, 1945, two months after the end of World War II. The movie grossed $1.2 million on its opening weekend and became one of the first box office successes of the new cinematic era. It was followed by two earlier titles: Theimar Land and The Natchitoches Dream.

## The Color Purple

This is one of the most iconic of all American cinema, made during the era of black and white photography. And it stars Truman Capote, who would go on to become an accomplished author and novelist, and Ava Gardner, who would go on to have an impactful career in both acting and screenwriting. The film follows a group of young people who decide to go to Paris to attend the Collège de France, where they learn of the art of painting. They also discover that the art of photography is not only possible but very apparent. In the movie, Capote plays a photographer who goes to Paris to photograph the art of photography, and Ava Gardner plays the English actress who studies under him. The movie was directed by Luis Chaves and produced by George Serell.

## A Girl is a Woman

A Girl is a Woman is another classic of the era, about a group of women, who decide to run for city mayor of their hometown. The movie stars Bette Davis, Margaret O’Donnell, and Eleanor Barks, and tells the story of five young women, who decide to run for office in the turbulent early 20th century. The movie received mostly positive reviews at the time from both critics and the public, and has since gone on to become one of the most celebrated movies of all time. The movie was based on a novel by H.G.Abell, who also helmed the 1947 film adaptation of the novel, Gone with the Wind.

## Step Up 2 High

This is another movie that centres around a group of young professionals, who decide to become movie stars. The movie is set in New York City in the late 1940s, and stars Bing Crosby, Donald O’Connor, and Grace Kelly. It is also one of the first movies to receive the Academy Award for Visual Effects, which marked the beginning of the era of computer-generated imagery. The movie has gone on to become one of the most celebrated and frequently seen pictures of all time, and has earned Academy Awards for Best Sound, Best Visual Effects, and other categories.

## Madame Bovary

This is probably one of the most iconic roles of all time, playing the title character, the elegant, down-to-earth, and always-so-brave Mrs. Bovary, in Francois Truffaut’s masterpiece. The movie is about a magazine owner, who decides to try his hand as a playwright, and produces a play called Madame Bovary. It stars Julia Orgera, who would go on to have an impactful career in both acting and screenwriting.

## Double Indemnity

Todd Solondz, a young Toronto actor, and screenwriter, makes his feature film debut as a film editor who creates a story for a film that stars Katharine Big Ten and Frank Sinatra. The film is based on the novel of the same name by James M. Cain. It is considered a classic of film noir and follows a group of Detectives who investigate a bizarre disappearance of young people in New York. The movie also stars Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson, who would go on to have impactful careers in film and television, respectively.

## The Grapes of Wrath

Grapes of Wrath is a classic of American drama, which is why it is one of the most widely-seen pictures of all time. It tells the story of a group of people who decide to dough a new, unique life for themselves on the Great Plains. It is one of the most significant films of the 20th century, as it established the shift from the silent to the visual era. It was released on November 8, 1942, two months before the end of World War II. This is also the first American film to win a Best Picture Oscar during the era of the Oscars. Also, the movie is known for its powerful and incredible imagery.

## Nuts!

This is a famous noir and has become perhaps the most recognizable movie in the world. It stars Infernal Affairs author Clooney as an ambitious New York City cop who teams up with a group of hoodlums on their way to New York City. The movie is set in the late 50s and early 60s, and follows a group of young criminals on their way to crime. In the foreword to the novel that inspired the film, Frank Miller, the creator of The Walking dead and The Batman, wrote: “It is not the best movie ever made, but it is a classic.” The movie goes on to achieve incredible critical and commercial success, and has gone on to become one of the most celebrated and popular films of all time.

## #Welcome to the Jungle

This is perhaps the most iconic film of all time, it is perhaps a guide to our current times, where people are more attracted by novelty and change than anything. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, and Diego Luna, this film follows a group of poor, misfits from developing countries who are forced to desert their homes and their jobs in order to survive in the new world. The film was based on a novel by Junji Ito, and was released on November 2, 1960. It became a worldwide phenomenon and has gone on to become one of the most enduring and popular films of all time.

## An American In Paris

This is perhaps one of the most iconic pictures of the 20th century, it is perhaps a guide to our current times, where people are more attracted by novelty and change than anything. It is based on a novel byolini and was released on November 2, 1960. It became a worldwide sensation and has gone on to become one of the most enduring and popular films of all time.

## Bye-Bye, Superman!

This is perhaps the most iconic and iconic of all the screenplays of all time

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