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.
A playful delight with genuine global stakes, Star Trek IV is the easiest watch of the series and arguably the best for it.
A clumsier entry, Star Trek III tells a fantastic story continuation, but lacks urgency in the narrative to convey the desperation of these characters.
A powerful and morally complex sequel, Star Trek II is the epitome of the franchise as it delves into religious and life-affirming challenges.
While overly patient to a fault, Star Trek's first turn toward feature length captures the franchise's central themes.
Asinine, ridiculous, and infinitely fun, G.I. Joe Retaliation better gets the brand than the previous film.
Clever and nostalgic, Super 8 finds a perfect cast of kids to rediscover the leftover charm from the '80s, linked back to creature features of the '50s.
A wonderful adaptation of the children's story, The Little Prince uses dazzling stop-motion animation and tender themes about childhood and growing up.
A human-level tragedy scaled down in focus, Greenland smartly follows a single working class family seeking escape from planet-wide calamity.
Joel's comic mishaps throughout Love and Monsters prove wildly entertaining, but it's the central theme that makes this genre mashup work.
Liam Neeson fights corrupt feds in the routine but capable action thriller Honest Thief that delivers competent characters.
While let down by its ending, Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne make a great team, enough to carry Like a Boss.