An utterly absurd, near-parody Cold War fantasy, Red Dawn's dated mythos and patriotic bluster could only come from the '80s.
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Stanley Kubrik's first condemnation of war, Paths of Glory remains a tense, frustrating, and evocative film.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 makes for plenty of empty, hollow fun with the thinnest of purpose, but it's enjoyable junk food.
Dinosaurs eat lots of people throughout Jurassic World Dominion, a ridiculous if endlessly enthusiastic tribute and send off to this franchise.
Heat's distinctive approach humanizes criminality in a way few films do, focused as much on the action as the lives of those involved.
A vapid and hollow military horror flick, Doom lacks credentials within its overly dark aesthetic.
A story of a cruel, self-destructive man, Raging Bull is essential in examining the masculine, invincible mindset of war and post-war America.
The beloved television drama from Julian Fellowes, Downton Abbey returns for another rousing screen adventure featuring everyone's favorite characters and a few surprises.
An ode to grief and love, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind remains an eccentric, clever classic.
Plodding and distinct, creative but limited, Killer's Kiss earns note due to its Stanley Kubrick credit but it's otherwise a forgotten b-tier noir.
Surreal, wild, inventive, and totally lacking control, Everything Everywhere All at Once celebrates life's possibilities and chaos.
A lousy, hastily conceived sequel, Child's Play 3 is a meandering dud even at its best.