CS Video: TCM Ben Mankiewicz and Eddie Muller talk about programming in March
From tonight TCM We will hold a dedicated 2 nights Movie MacGuffin, And a classic movie lovers channel provided ComingSoon.net with the opportunity to talk to hosts Ben Mankiewicz and Eddie Mueller about awkward plotting devices. We’ll also discuss a new series, Reframed, that puts controversial movies in context. Check out the player conversations below!
The film term “MacGuffin” was coined by British screenwriter Angus MacPhail in collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock and popularized by Hitchcock himself. The term is defined by Merriam-Webster as “a movie or narrative object, event, or character that helps keep the plot moving, even though it usually lacks essential importance.” As the plot progresses, MacGuffin may be minimized or even forgotten. It was ridiculously called a “plot coupon,” and Hitchcock once said it was actually “nothing at all.”
With this programming, TCM hosts Ben Mankiewicz and Eddie Mueller further define MacGuffin and look at half a dozen examples of movies that rely on plotting devices. Properly, three of these movies are Hitchcock’s thrillers, which is why MacGuffin is suspenseful.
Friday, March 5 | Movie MacGuffin-Part I
8:39 pm Step (1935)
9:45 pm Psycho (1960)
11:45 AM North by Northwest (1959)
Friday, March 12 | Movie MacGuffin-Part II
8 pm Maltese Falcon (1941)
10:00 PM Casablanca (1942)
12:00 AM Citizen Kane (1941)
Many of the classics loved by TCM have endured the test of time in several ways. Nevertheless, by modern standards, certain aspects of these films can be annoying and problematic. this month, Reframe See a collection of such films, explore their history, consider their cultural background, and how future generations can reframe these films to keep their heritage alive. Discuss about.
Five TCM hosts, Ben Mankiewicz, Dave Kalger, Alicia Malone, Eddie Muller, and Jacqueline Stewart, discuss the film and how they are perceived in the changing times. .. The films in the lineup range from the 1920s to the 1960s.
Gone with the Wind (1939)
Seven brides for the seven looting brothers (1954)
Four feathers (1939)
This year’s woman (1942)
Uninvited guest (1967)
Gunga Din (1939)
Sailor Sinbad (1947)
The Jazz Singer (1927)
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
Swing Time (1936)
My Fair Lady (1964)
The Children’s Hour (1961)
Dragon Seed (1944)
Which of these TCM movies are you excited to see this month? Let us know in the comments below!
TCM Ben Mankiewicz and Eddie Muller talk about programming in March
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