Paul Newman

Cool Hand Luke

“Sometimes nothin’ can be a really cool hand.” Wow! There are countless reasons why Cool Hand Luke (1967) is a classic. Another Paul Newman anti-hero role, another film so perfectly indicative of the time in which it was made. This is one film you have to see!

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is a classic, and it’s classic Paul Newman in arguably his most iconic, loveable anti-hero role. From the obvious themes of “stickin’ it to the man,” rule breaking, and unconventional romance, this film almost screams 1960s!

The Long, Hot Summer

This gem of a picture, based on Faulker with a dash of Tennessee Williams, was the first screen pairing of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. And boy is the chemistry between these two electric!

Somebody Up There Likes Me

When I saw that Somebody Up There Likes Me was one of the Paul Newman films TCM would feature, I knew it was the one I would watch and review this week!

Star of the Month: Paul Newman

Paul Newman was a very multifaceted individual, and there is so much more to him than his stellar film career. Here are some fascinating things about him I learned!