As seen in People Magazine, the NEW Cinémoi App is the top place to watch your favorite classic movies.  With titles like ‘The Last Time I Saw Paris’,  ‘The Stranger’, ‘Too Late For Tears’,  ‘Citizen Kane’,  and ‘The Man with The Golden Arm’,  to name a few, even the most discerning cinéfile can never go wrong with our curated selection of the best classic films available.  In addition to a glittering library of fashion weeks, film festivals, modern movies, and acclaimed series, Cinémoi is your preliminary destination for the world’s finest classic features.  Watch the following classic movie titles and more on iOS FREE for 30 Days!

The Stranger (1946)

Starring Orson Welles & Loretta Young

Immediately following World War II, ex-Nazi Franz Kindler (Orson Welles) is living under a false identity as a teacher in a small Connecticut town, and has even married the headmaster’s daughter (Loretta Young) as part of his cover. But when one of Kindler’s old German associates (Konstantin Shayne) arrives unexpectedly in town, bringing in his wake a sly federal investigator (Edward G. Robinson), Kindler resorts to desperate measures to preserve his secret.

Too Late For Tears (1949)

Starring Lizabeth Scott, Dan Duryea, Don DeFore, & Kristine Miller

When Lizabeth Scott’s Jane Greer husband Arthur Kennedy accidentally gets his mitts on $60,000 in stolen money, she insists that he keep the dough rather than turn it over to the authorities. Two-bit private eye Dan Duryea catches on to Scott’s subterfuge, and demands that she turn the cash over to him. Scott persuades Duryea to split the money with her–then, determining that Kennedy might be too honest for everyone’s own good, she murders her husband. To cover her tracks, Scott reports her husband as missing. This brings in yet another fly in the ointment: Don DeFore, the brother of Scott’s first husband…

Suddenly (1954)

Starring Frank Sinatra & Sterling Hayden

In advance of a presidential visit to the small town of Suddenly, California, a trio of FBI agents enters the Benson family’s home to assess potential security risks. Once inside, leader John Baron (Frank Sinatra) reveals himself as a psychopathic assassin, and he kidnaps the family in order to use their house as his vantage point in his plot to kill the president. Sheriff Tod Shaw (Sterling Hayden) matches wits with the assassin and his gang in an attempt to save the day.

The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)

Starring Elizabeth Taylor & Van Johnson

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s poignant tale “Babylon Revisited” provides the basis for this film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Van Johnson as tragic, restless lovers striving to find meaning and fulfillment in the bittersweet world of fashionable post-war Paris. In the midst of celebrating VE Day, an army lieutenant (Johnson) meets two beautiful sisters, Helen and Marion (Taylor and Donna Reed), who both fall deeply in love with him. But it is Helen, the hopelessly romantic, free-spirited one who finally captures his passionate heart. Their marriage evolves into a tempestuous struggle as their needs, although identical, are never felt at quite the same time. Directed by Richard Brooks, Taylor and Johnson are joined by amazing performances from Walter Pidgeon, Eva Gabor and a young Roger Moore, who transform Fitzgerald’s characters into a living expression of the hope and disillusionment that filled a war-torn Europe.

The Man with the Golden Arm (1955)

Starring Frank Sinatra, Robert Strauss, & Darren McGavin

When illegal card dealer and recovering heroin addict Frankie Machine (Frank Sinatra) gets out of prison, he decides to straighten up. Armed with nothing but an old drum set, Frankie tries to get honest work as a drummer. But when his former employer, small-time con man Schwiefka (Robert Strauss), and Frankie’s old drug dealer, Louis (Darren McGavin), re-enter his life, Frankie finds it hard to stay clean and eventually finds himself succumbing to his old habits.

King Soloman’s Mines (1950)

Starring Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr, & Richard Carlson

A rescue party sets out to find an explorer who has disappeared on an African treasure hunt. The search leads the party across the continent and through the terrors of jungle, swamp and desert. Their ultimate destination is the fabled lost mine of Solomon, a source of unimaginable wealth and deadly danger. From H. Rider Haggard’s novel.

Impact (1949) by Arthur Lubin

Starring Ella Raines, Brian Donlevy, Charles Coburn, Helen Walker

Crime drama about a wealthy industrialist who is presumed dead after an accident engineered by his wife and her lover. However, he is alive – and plotting revenge behind the cover of a newly assumed identity.