Binge-worthy YouTube movie channels

I spend a ridiculous amount of time doing nothing. And part of that consists of watching videos on YouTube about movies and television and because the theme here at the Garden this year is unity and coming together, I want to share a few of my favorite movie YouTubers with you. Film nerds unite! Let’s go.

Eyebrow Cinema – In-depth script analysis, storytelling, characters, themes and motifs, you’ll find everything here! Eyebrow Cinema dissects films of all kinds intelligently and with a refreshingly straight-forward attitude. Eyebrow Cinema – YouTube

One Hundred Years of Cinema – Tracking the evolution of cinema through the years starting in 1915, OHYOC focuses on one movie per year, why it’s great and how it achieved its place in film history. 1941 goes to Citizen Kane and ’42 to Casablanca, unsurprisingly, but there are some unusual choices along the way! One Hundred Years of Cinema – YouTube

Jack’s Movie Reviews – Not unlike Eyebrow Cinema, the narrator explores storytelling and screenplays, as well as broad themes and, sometimes, entire genres. Their essay about the screenplay of Chinatown is particularly good. Jack’s Movie Reviews – YouTube

Be Kind Rewind – each video is about a different Best Actress Oscar win, comprehensively going through the history of the nominees, circumstances, individual films and Hollywood politics that made each win possible. The narration is fantastic, exuding knowledge and a touch of humor that frankly makes this channel addictive. Be Kind Rewind – YouTube

CineFix – They navigate through cinema’s history with ease and confidence, compiling massive lists including Influential Directors, Wardrobe and Rule-Breaking Films, with enourmous knowledge and genuine admiration. In an ideal world, movie talk would be like this, open-minded and non-discriminatory. Classic, modern, Hollywood, international, iconic, obscure, anything goes on this channel! Simply put, CineFix is what every movie buff should aspire to be. CineFix – YouTube

Happy binging, everyone!

One Hundred Years of Cinema – Tracking the evolution of cinema through the years starting in 1915, OHYOC focuses on one movie per year, why it’s great and how it achieved its place in film history. 1941 goes to Citizen Kane and ’42 to Casablanca, unsurprisingly, but there are some unusual choices along the way!

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