Conceptually fantastic, Fatman can't escape an overburdened script even as the casting works its magic.
Joel's comic mishaps throughout Love and Monsters prove wildly entertaining, but it's the central theme that makes this genre mashup work.
Tighter and faster, Francis Ford Coppola's reedit makes Godfather Coda a better movie and stronger finish to the trilogy, if still an imperfect one.
Collateral intelligently makes an audience question their own morality, and follows two men looking for a way to prove they're right.
A bizarre live action adaptation of Popeye has heart and Robin Williams' performance, but also nagging songs and tonal division.
While inconsistent and Eddie Murphy struggles to hold things together, The Golden Child's high points happen consistently enough.
More than just fish-out-of-water comedy, Coming to America makes full use of its outstanding cast to speak on romance and wealth.
Cleverly set up and consistently entertaining, Beverly Hills Cop ranks as one of the best of its kind while smartly mixing cross-country cultures.
Stephen King produces and writes the screenplay for this mostly faithful adaptation of The Stand, even if the apocalyptic setting is limited by a television budget.
Christopher Walken gives a performance worth watching in Dead Zone, even if the movie takes too long getting to the story's heart.
Silver Bullet sticks to a formula, but approaches things with more honesty, if not a consistent tone.
Amy Heckerling's hilarious parody of pampered teenagers in Beverly Hills, Clueless features Alicia Silverstone's starmaking turn as a vapid teen confused about love.