Wild and eccentric, Sonic Boom is the best of the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series' in terms of bridging both kids and adult tastes.
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Tonally wacky but aiming for an older audience, Ultraman Leo's surprising violence highlights a series locking in on its own lore.
Speed perfectly stands for what mega-budget action movies should aim to be, turning into a winking metaphor for the entire genre and dwindling attention spans.
The Last Castle is a morally complex and compelling prison drama that adds its own military take to an old, dated genre.
An interesting, small-scale WWII story, The Great War of Archimedes becomes a stand-in for the entirety of Japan's war effort.
Existing for one specific moment in time, Summertree's plain theme and dull drama don't carry well into the modern era.
Trying too hard to earn sympathy, Alamo Bay makes a firm statement against anti-Asian bigotry but does so via overwritten leads.
Quick Change uses Bill Murray's cynical side to perfection even if it lacks the pace needed to sell its escape movie comedy.
No joke is too low for MacGruber and it's able to get by on its willingness to dig itself into a hole so juvenile, you have to respect the …
Newman and Redford sell The Sting's depression-era swindle with class, grace, and mountains of charm.
One of Jackie Chan's many brilliant kung-fu spectacles, Drunken Master II's tale of British colonialism is a fun one, led by multiple fight scene spectacles.
Interesting for Karloff's performance and ambiguity, Isle of the Dead doesn't have the energy to make use of either.