A perfect story of values and mindsets, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance carefully weaves ideas of open land toughness and city-born intellectualism.
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The Best Picture winner Ordinary People, from director Robert Redford and an all-star cast, is introspective drama, reflecting a perceptive screenplay about dysfunctional families and their festering problems.
The polarizing Harold and Maude's quirky romantic pairing has its moments but the topical humor hasn't aged well.
Warren Beatty's popular, Oscar-nominated comedy Heaven Can Wait hits Blu-ray with disappointing A/V results.
The landmark silent film The Shieik marked Rudolph Valentino's rise as a box office star and reminds everyone how far the art of cinema and filmmaking have come in …
Joan Crawford is immortalized as a bad mother in the biopic Mommie Dearest, based on her estranged daughter's tell-all book.
Robert Altman's sprawling, multi-ensemble classic Nashville is fondly remembered by fans for its biting social critique and complex, character-driven storytelling.
Expertly composed and on a blitz to its finish, Breakdown is a success based entirely on its successful execution.
A classic of American cinema, George Stevens' A Place in the Sun remains one of the silver screen's most tragic romances.
Copycat cinema in the extreme, Another 48 Hrs follows the same plot beats as the first, but with busier action and less aesthetic nuance.
Walter Hill's steady directorial hand adds a distinctly crass, grounded tone to 48 Hrs, but time has sapped its comedic energy.
Last Train from Gun Hill is a taut, suspenseful Western from director John Sturges with Kirk Douglas.