ClassicMovieNight.com is here to provide insight into classic movies. There are no comprehensive reviews of analysis of movies, but a weekly referral to a movie that might be of interest to the classic movie fan or someone new to classic movies. Rarely will you see negative comments about movies, since the intent of the site is to encourage others to expand their own interest in classic movies.

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  1. Patti January 21, 2013 at 8:51 pm Reply

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and for wanting to take part in the John Garfield blogathon. I’d love to have you do Four Daughters. It’s not already “taken,” so consider it yours.

    By the way, I just had to say that I feel similarly to you about posting negative comments about films on my blog. Since there are so many good films, I’d much prefer to talk about them rather than criticizing the films I don’t like. While I occasionally will mention “don’t like it” or “hate it” films, the vast majority of my posts are only positive.

    • epclassicmovienight January 21, 2013 at 9:20 pm Reply

      I feel that it’s not my job to impart my judgement on a film. I want to encourage others to watch the film and make they’re own judgements about it.

  2. silverscreenings April 14, 2013 at 9:16 am Reply


    I couldn’t find your email address & just wanted to confirm some details for the Mary Astor Blogathon…

    We have you listed for DODSWORTH on May 6. Is this correct?


    R.A. Kerr

  3. thorgood September 21, 2014 at 3:56 am Reply

    Where can we watch these films? What good is hearing about them if you can’t direct us to where we can see them?I don’t get TCM, or have netflix. ..you tube seems to be losing a lot of their content. other sites are “buggy” or just want to plant cookies..thanks!

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