Dona Flor is an off-beat and occasionally insightful sensual comedy from Brazil that made actress Sonia Braga an international star in the 1970s.
Ahead of its time, Canadian Bacon's fired up satire spreads itself thin, but doesn't miss any potential targets on the the way.
Hollywood producer Don Murphy's first and only effort as director, Monday Morning is a strange mishmash of violent sensationalism and a weirdly naive perspective on clashing high school kids.
An incredibly slick Jeff Bridges performance and a ravishing Michelle Pfeiffer light up the screen in this bittersweet conflict, The Fabulous Baker Boys
Shaft's Big Score does well enough to sustain the racial divisions and power fantasy, but doesn't have the same social consciousness as the original.
Infinitely quotable, crass, and socially defining, Shaft's legendary status hasn't diminished in 50 years.
Sultry, steamy, and seductive, Double Indemnity's grand dialog paired to its noir roots defined the '40s entire slate of thrillers.
Frank Perry's methodical, creepy criminal melodrama Man on a Swing sees a steel-jawed Cliff Robertson matching wits with a demented Joel Grey.
While energetic, Hero's dated (if influential) new wave style clumsily tells a story of Hong Kong's independence.
Anthony Perkins is an evil delight in the Hammer-esque throwback Edge of Sanity, devilishly sexual and saturated by drugs.
2LDK is a raw, violent and darkly biting satire about two actresses fed up with each other, going for the jugular.
Relentless and extreme torture porn from Italy, Xpiation produces a taut narrative and oddly compelling characters.