Oblogatory watches “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” the color-theory obsessed, retina-overstimulating French musical that inspired “La La Land.”
Oblogatory reveals its ten favorite Disney animated movies for the studio’s 100th birthday. Read it now before it goes back in the vault!
“Some Like It Hot” has surged back to the forefront of cultural relevance after nabbing 13 Tony nominations and winning Best Actor in a Musical. Oblogatory rewatches the 1959 film to find out if this jazzy comedy is still as fiery as advertised.
Oblogatory revisits “Cats Don’t Dance,” a movie about Hollywood outsiders that got itself shut out before becoming a VHS and DVD cult classic.
Oblogatory watches “The Red Shoes,” still the gleaming pinnacle of movies about dance even on its 75th anniversary.
A Gospel “Pitch Perfect,” “Praise This” angles for the masses. Oblogatory finds out if this film reconciles its disparate audiences.
One of the most important films of the French New Wave, “Cléo 5 to 7” is also one of the only entries with a female director. Oblogatory savors this cinematic aperitif for Women’s History Month.
Is “Meet Me in St. Louis” even a Christmas movie? Not really, but its knockout song from Judy Garland gives it a top spot anyway. Oblogatory attends The World’s Fair with this musical classic.
This virtual update of Beauty and the Beast from famed anime director Mamoru Hosoda is visually stunning with a tender emotional core, but its overstuffed plot bloats the user experience. Oblogatory troubleshoots in this week’s review of “Belle.”
After watching a slew of Oscar movies, Oblogatory reviews Diana: The Musical, a… different kind of awards movie.