A perfect story of values and mindsets, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance carefully weaves ideas of open land toughness and city-born intellectualism.
Category: 4K Drama
Death on the Nile is rich and luxurious, even overly glossy, as a capable murder mystery begins to take hold.
An engrossing murder mystery and condemnation of southern Civil Rights-era biases, In the Heat of the Night is a brooding, sizzling police procedural.
Touch of Evil's exotic, groundbreaking camerawork is matched by eccentric, b-level noir storytelling that's wholly captivating and still distinctly modern.
Seedy, cold, and quietly vicious, Eastern Promises explores characters more than story, but it's a rich, complex world they inhabit.
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.
Confined to a prison ward, The Green Mile brilliantly explores life, empathy, revenge, and religious beliefs through its genuine characters.
Separated from the politics of the war itself, Hurt Locker follows a "day in the life" and mental toll of American soldiers determined to do a job,
A comical villain and recycled plotting make Karate Kid Part III the weakest in the trilogy.
Steeped in post-WWII anxieties, Karate Kid Part II involves a deep anti-war philosophy while bemoaning the westernized takeover of Japanese culture as it expands the series' characters.