An angry, cynical, and stark look into a proposed future, Rollerball thrives on the script's thematic weight.
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Brilliantly composed, Reservoir Dogs mimics cinema as much as it moves it forward through macho violence.
Never subtle, not even for a spot of humor, Silent Running pushes an overbearing theme to its conclusion.
A nostalgic look at pre-WWII army corps, From Here to Eternity reels in the drama and steers toward inevitable tragedy.
One of the funniest and most honest holiday movies ever made, Planes, Trains & Automobiles ranks among cinema's comic elite without an ounce of age.
A rambunctious adult cartoon, The Running Man's hilariously dark satire embodies the best of '80s action cinema.
Piranha is crude, fun b-level exploitation with a wicked conspiratorial streak to boot.
A merciless takedown of Hollywood norms, Tropic Thunder is hilariously satirical in shattering the wall that blocks viewers from the real world.
Charming and timeless, It Happened One Night defined the screen's romantic comedy style so well, it's an unchanged formula almost 90-years later.
A pure late '80s cultural relic, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure is the least educational time travel story ever told, but it's proud of that accomplishment.
Driven by compelling personalities and a famously grand twist, The Usual Suspects brings the classic noir into modern view.
Trend-setting in its fears, Friday the 13th uses sex as a source of indignation, enough to kill for it.