Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown is a strange, off-beat trip to France that sidelines several important characters for little gain.
A wonderful Peanuts movie from the 70s, Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown stars the whole gang entering a raft river race up against bullies.
One of Hollywood's classic musicals, My Fair Lady features impeccable performances by Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn.
The Last Castle is a morally complex and compelling prison drama that adds its own military take to an old, dated genre.
Clever and nostalgic, Super 8 finds a perfect cast of kids to rediscover the leftover charm from the '80s, linked back to creature features of the '50s.
A dismal non-comedy that struggles for every laugh, The Tuxedo is one of the worst things to come from Jackie Chan's American peak.
Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments remains one of the most important and successful Hollywood epics ever devised.
Cecil B. DeMille creates a vivid portrait of circus life during its glory days in The Greatest Show on Earth.
A wonderful adaptation of the children's story, The Little Prince uses dazzling stop-motion animation and tender themes about childhood and growing up.
Desperate and trying patience, Coming 2 America's bright spots happen in the barbershop and nowhere else.
Diana Ross shines as legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday in the memorable biopic Lady Sings the Blues.
Cameron Crowe's messy combination of genres undermine this fundamentally easygoing and charming romantic Elizabethtown.