With a smirk as smug as they come, Harry Lime is revealed to be alive and Welles, and suddenly 'The Third Man' has taken quite the turn.
There are innumerable critical choices involved in the production of a great film, but one of the most apparent (and important) is determining how an important...
Love it or hate it, 'The Sound of Music' has one of the most iconic movie entrances ever.
One of the most colorful characters in the Western genre also has one of the best introductions.
For an iconic movie hero, Indiana Jones sure has a strangely villainous entrance in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.'
The introduction of Scarlett O'Hara is as attentive and admiring as the character herself could wish for.
It's hard to take your eyes off the deranged fisherman named Quint, especially when he's eating crackers.
John Doe's eventual reveal is more than just creepy - it's a perfect showcase for one of the film's main themes.
Anticipation is the key to Cary Grant's entrance in 1946's 'Notorious.' And trolling, of course.
One of the all-time great westerns has one of the all-time great character introductions. Meet John Wayne's Ringo Kid in 'Stagecoach.'