A wonderfully conceived moral quandary is The Final Countdown's highlight, but is dimmed by some Cold War bravado and recruiting-focused action.
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A perfect embodiment of the '90s NBA craze and the Looney Tunes final shot at the limelight, Space Jam is fine, but empty commercialization in the extreme.
Nobody is utter nonsense and better for it, mocking the masculine fantasy of middle class dads turning into death-dealing home protectors.
While typical thriller tropes fill time in the script, In the Line of Fire presents an engaging back-and-forth character drama.
A messy sequel to the videogame, Advent Children relies on extensive expository flashbacks to explain itself, losing itself in fan service and attempted mainstream appeal.
While whiffing its message, Last Action Hero has a blast sending up action movie tropes and Schwarzenegger runs with the material that mocks his own career.
A piece of American cinematic folk art, Smokey and the Bandit celebrates reckless freedom, booze, and running from a law that disallows old-fashioned fun.
Insultingly stupid and completely out of step with the previous two films, Godzilla vs Kong is among the worst movies either franchise, Japanese or American-produced.
Raiders of the Lost Ark doesn't avoid its simple but rousing fantasy storytelling while keeping a focus on characters.
Temple of Doom gets lucky in being confined between two genuine classics, offsetting its pitifully uneven story.
The Last Crusade is the best of the Indiana Jones series thanks to its entertaining humanization of Indy himself and Sean Connery's hilarious calm.
While indefensible in its action design, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull at least provides a solid character base to tell this story.