Seeing these images is arguably more profound than reading them.
22 Jump Street shouldn't be funny. Then again, 21 Jump Street should never have been funny either.
UHF has not aged. It's one of the few comedy films to ever accidentally grow in daring over time.
For Planes, there now exists a sense of purpose.
Maybe it's time to get these two some help.
Maleficent is affectionate, modernistic, and wholly charming – a high point in Disney's vault of live action classics.
The One I Love bears all the hallmarks of what made the Twilight Zone such compelling television.
Into the Storm's actors spend much of the time in piercingly dull family drama or pointing toward windy clouds.
Style Wars is a vital portrait of that place and time, capturing the original spirit of hip hop better than any other film.
An entire generation is inseparable from lens of a camera, and thus this fictional adventure is logically over-cataloged.
Hercules gives us a realistic demi-god, who may or may not be a god but he totally punched a hyrda in the face once.
Occasionally terrible movies can be so bad, they can be fun to watch as a source of amusement. The Visitor is not one of those films.