Sliding Doors is a smart, engaging romcom that uses movie magic exploring Gwyneth Paltrow playing two different versions of the same character.
Another well-written comedy from Ealing Studios, Passport to Pimlico serves up a comedic treatment of Great Britain's post-war issues.
A glowing music documentary about the legendary Nashville night spot Bluebird with superstars Garth Brooks, Faith Hill, and Taylor Swift making appearances.
Lucio Fulci mixes haunted house, psychological terror, and zombie cinema in the brutally gory House by the Cemetery.
Energized by Eddie Murphy, Beverly Hills Cop entertains while simultaneously bringing the '80s inequality into the story.
Full of the same energy and wit, Beverly Hills Cop II loses only the lightest subtext in exchange for more (and bolder) action.
Eddie Murphy returns as Axel Foley in Beverly Hills Cop III, but this is an entirely different Foley - and hardly entertaining as a result.
Battle of Jangsari recalls a forgotten part of the Korean war, using Megan Fox for star power, but throws its potential away.
Ealing Studios' first Technicolor comedy, The Titfield Thunderbolt, celebrates riding the rails with classic British humor and colorful characters.
The Shed is a vampire flick that attempts a retro monster vibe with some ham-handed messaging about high school bullying.
Uniquely told British horror, The Abominable Snowman tells a story of cultures at odds, and science bringing reason to extraordinary circumstances.
While breezy and cheerful in the early going, Knight of Shadows drifts from its family-film identity into a dark afterlife romance.