One of the funniest and most honest holiday movies ever made, Planes, Trains & Automobiles ranks among cinema's comic elite without an ounce of age.
Esther returns in this tightly scripted prequel, Orphan: First Kills, which brings Isabelle Fuhrman back.
Trend-setting in its fears, Friday the 13th uses sex as a source of indignation, enough to kill for it.
While Rumble works as a kid's first sports movie, it's forgettable, bland, and... marginally entertaining.
Scream 2 still shows some creative life as it mocks itself as much as the genre's sequel norms.
One of the greatest alien invasion thrillers, War of the Worlds retains its power courtesy of imaginative design and rapid pace.
Clever, tense, and persistently thrilling, Crawl is better than it has any right to be considering the killer 'gator premise.
While the science is no less than absurd, When Worlds Collide tells a fantastic tale of humanitarianism and space exploration.
A tense, sensual, and yet terrifying thriller steeped in luxury, Fatal Attraction still has its hold decades later.
While still imperfect and slow, Star Trek: The Motion Picture remains a captivating sci-fi story built on superb characterization.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 makes for plenty of empty, hollow fun with the thinnest of purpose, but it's enjoyable junk food.
Event Horizon borrows liberally for its eerie psychological setup, but the final act is a wasted opportunity to do something with the genre.