Coraline approaches a difficult topic for kids with a colorful, imaginative world that's almost a miracle in its execution.
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A fervent, hyper-exaggerated slant against religious fanaticism, Carrie is able to balance that with a fatalist worldview.
Eccentric, bizarre, but sure-handed in its comic surrealism, Pulp Fiction never offers a moment of reprieve.
Thoughtful, entertaining, and memorable, Wall-E still stands among Pixar's best.
An angry, cynical, and stark look into a proposed future, Rollerball thrives on the script's thematic weight.
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.