Brilliantly composed, Reservoir Dogs mimics cinema as much as it moves it forward through macho violence.
A tense, sensual, and yet terrifying thriller steeped in luxury, Fatal Attraction still has its hold decades later.
A perfect story of values and mindsets, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance carefully weaves ideas of open land toughness and city-born intellectualism.
Taylor Sheridan's magnificent neo-western drama Yellowstone, led by Kevin Costner, finds a nice groove rebounding from last season's shocking finale.
Fellini's popular international film La Dolce Vita is an intricate and rewarding satire packed with wondrous visuals.
Godfather Coda continues Michael Corleone's attempt to make right in a corrupt world, and this recut edition betters the maligned original.
An exemplary sequel that betters the original, Godfather: Part II's exquisite characterization explores America's place in international crime through a young Corleone's eyes.
The Godfather realizes post-war America through 1970s fatalism, destroying the idea of domestic perfectionism.
The Netflix series Haunting of Bly Manor adapts a classic ghost tale with mixed success.
The polarizing Harold and Maude's quirky romantic pairing has its moments but the topical humor hasn't aged well.
Superficial nonsense in the extreme, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters takes morbidity of Grimm and has a total blast with it.
Expertly composed and on a blitz to its finish, Breakdown is a success based entirely on its successful execution.