A comical villain and recycled plotting make Karate Kid Part III the weakest in the trilogy.
Category: 4K Drama
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.
A scathing satire of capitalist greed in a post-Reagan world, Wolf of Wall Street is as hilarious as it is an depressing indictment of an entire system.
A fable of American capitalism and seemingly a fairy tale given the bygone era it represents, Citizen Kane remains American cinema's landmark in countless ways.
One of many pieces of '90s culture trying desperately to draw attention to inner city issues, Menace II Society still works in the modern day.
An effortlessly smooth and timeless adaptation of the Jane Austen classic with outstanding lead performances from Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman and Kate Winslet.
Old is a beautiful rumination on life, aging, and time - until the final 10-minutes unravels every bit of that genuine goodwill.
A masterwork of American political angst and lower class anxieties, Taxi Driver retains its power because its uncomfortable authenticity.
The story of Social Network is still littered with memorable characters, a decade on the Facebook story has grown to make its origins almost irrelevant, if not diminishing the …
Socially and culturally ahead of it time, Anatomy of Murder finds a courtroom case worthy of a more open time in American history.
Classier than most drug/crime dramas, Carlito's Way brings a vintage feel to a genre that turned toward merciless violence, but that doesn't mean it works either.
Psychologically harrowing as a thriller and a captivating commentary, Silence of the Lambs retains its classic status through the decades.