An angry, cynical, and stark look into a proposed future, Rollerball thrives on the script's thematic weight.
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Bullet Train's eccentric, wild, and hilarious style helps it stand out in the action genre.
A rambunctious adult cartoon, The Running Man's hilariously dark satire embodies the best of '80s action cinema.
Thor returns in another direct comedy, Love and Thunder, but it's another listless and hollow superhero effort from Marvel.
Drive is an energetic, funny, absurd action lark and one of the best of its kind from the 1990s.
An utterly absurd, near-parody Cold War fantasy, Red Dawn's dated mythos and patriotic bluster could only come from the '80s.
Dinosaurs eat lots of people throughout Jurassic World Dominion, a ridiculous if endlessly enthusiastic tribute and send off to this franchise.
Surreal, wild, inventive, and totally lacking control, Everything Everywhere All at Once celebrates life's possibilities and chaos.
Multiverse of Madness' endless array of magic spells, action, and chaos is ceaseless to a point of boredom, even as the eccentric Sam Raimi touches peer through.
Ambulance's chaos and familiar mayhem is overly generous conservative fantasy with plentiful escapism.
Clumsily mixing childish humor with brutal real world politics, Secrets of Dumbledore continues this prequels series' landslide.
Infinitely quotable, crass, and socially defining, Shaft's legendary status hasn't diminished in 50 years.