Brilliantly composed, Reservoir Dogs mimics cinema as much as it moves it forward through macho violence.
Utterly ridiculous but embracing the absurd, Barb and Star somehow finds a loving tale of friendship between super villainy and sex.
Dirty Dancing crosses generational boundaries for its music-rich romance, and it's lost none of its power through the years.
Surreal, wild, inventive, and totally lacking control, Everything Everywhere All at Once celebrates life's possibilities and chaos.
Even beyond the ludicrous premise, Moonfall's conspiratorial nonsense doesn't even deserve the two hours needed to appreciate the disaster movie destruction.
A confused and slap-dash DTV mess. Pursuit is heavy on hammy action, starring a disappointing Emile Hirsch and forgotten John Cusack.
Between the open ocean, sharks, stock footage, and awful compositing, Alicia Silverstone never stood a chance in The Requin.
Trashy, derivative suspense thriller Shattered works thanks to a cast working overtime and newcomer Lilly Krug.
Separated from the politics of the war itself, Hurt Locker follows a "day in the life" and mental toll of American soldiers determined to do a job,
Attempting to bring intelligence into the sarcastic action genre, The Protege has moments of success between a familiar revenge story.
Exhausting in its pacing, Hitman's Bodyguard's Wife still brings the ridiculous laughs, pushed primarily by a vulgar Salma Hayek.
Nearly on point, Spiral misses its goal while falling into familiar cliches that condemn most procedural thrillers.