Flatliners' creative concept transplants '90s counter-culture into the medical world with evocative results.
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A tremendous dud, Morbius' failure is the internet's gain, providing potential memes for years.
Teetering on the verge of brilliant satire, Uncle Sam whiffs by playing itself totally straight and wasting the opportunity.
Sultry, steamy, and seductive, Double Indemnity's grand dialog paired to its noir roots defined the '40s entire slate of thrillers.
The Untouchables is a pure Hollywood example of "print the legend," willing to engage in old time, violent justice to make heroes from bogus laws.
While successful in mood and style, The Batman's stuffy, overwrought runtime doesn't feel necessary or useful to this unique take on the character.
Well translated from the source videogames, Uncharted is perfectly forgettable entertainment that if nothing else, exposes the material's limitations for storytelling.
The Craft is a work of pure '90s teen rebellion, concentrated in Goth culture, saved by the stellar cast.
An early take on a "geeks inherit the earth" story, True Romance turns its movie-adoring hero into a character in a pure Hollywood thriller.
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.
A smartly conceived take on slasher cinema and inner city lore, Candyman's power lies in its lasting social consciousness.