A classic of American cinema, George Stevens' A Place in the Sun remains one of the silver screen's most tragic romances.
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A young Christian Bale and Kate Beckinsale appear in Royal Deceit, an eccentric adaptation of Hamlet, which occasionally entertains.
Stardust is a tantalizing and flamboyant depiction of David Bowie rock star before he'd adopt the Ziggy Stardust persona.
Thomas Jane leads a star-studded cast in the uneven look at Beat Generation writer Neal Cassady and his many loves, Last Time I Committed Suicide.
James Franco stars and directs the quirky homage to '70s Hollywood Zeroville, with an all-star cast, primarily aimed at movie geeks.
Irish teenagers fall into troubling behavior in this stylish and well-acted coming-of-age film We Are the Young Men.
Last Train from Gun Hill is a taut, suspenseful Western from director John Sturges with Kirk Douglas.
Adam Resurrected is a stand-out for Jeff Goldblum but an often bizarre, tonally awkward Holocaust story filled with comically oddball characters.
A movie that launched the meme phenomenon, Finding Forrester is otherwise a fine, indistinct drama with a specific racial direction.
Roy Rogers' final movie, Mackintosh and T.J., is a friendly ranching tale with heart and warm storytelling.
A children's fable set during the samurai period, Wrath of Daimajin doesn't tone itself down, sticking to formula while teaching a brutal lesson.
While following tightly the formula, Return of Daimajin finds a unique Christian angle that segues perfectly from the first film.