The Craft is a work of pure '90s teen rebellion, concentrated in Goth culture, saved by the stellar cast.
A sequel as slick as the original, Beverly Hills Cop II is an action comedy delight that's pure '80s.
A perfect story of values and mindsets, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance carefully weaves ideas of open land toughness and city-born intellectualism.
One of Hollywood's greatest musicals, Singin' in the Rain is lovingly remastered in 4K produces cinema magic.
A smartly conceived take on slasher cinema and inner city lore, Candyman's power lies in its lasting social consciousness.
Intelligently approaching awkward coming-of-age issues, Turning Red is delightful with a goofy sense of humor suited to the story.
Infinite whiffs at using sci-fi for a deeper purpose, instead falling to heavy exposition and bland digital chases.
Finding a comfortable place amid the current genre trends, Scream's legacy is preserved in a pedestrian thriller.
Death on the Nile is rich and luxurious, even overly glossy, as a capable murder mystery begins to take hold.
Even beyond the ludicrous premise, Moonfall's conspiratorial nonsense doesn't even deserve the two hours needed to appreciate the disaster movie destruction.
Fan service won't sustain Spider-Man: No Way Home long term, but it's an emotionally powerful and nuanced take on being a superhero that will last.
Touch of Evil's exotic, groundbreaking camerawork is matched by eccentric, b-level noir storytelling that's wholly captivating and still distinctly modern.