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.
The Lost City has a blast with its pulpy story, generating constant laughs as the cliches keep piling up unashamedly.
Capably presenting the doubt, the mystery, and the tension of the unexplainable, Fire in the Sky is an interesting one-sided take on UFO mythos.
A progressive rom com, Boomerang is slow by Eddie Murphy standards, but also appealingly controlled, authentic, and funny.
Frank Perry's methodical, creepy criminal melodrama Man on a Swing sees a steel-jawed Cliff Robertson matching wits with a demented Joel Grey.
The Contractor's critique of military work and veteran support filters through a commendable if bland thriller.
The Untouchables is a pure Hollywood example of "print the legend," willing to engage in old time, violent justice to make heroes from bogus laws.
A sequel as slick as the original, Beverly Hills Cop II is an action comedy delight that's pure '80s.