Masterful in its perspective, To Kill a Mockingbird finds the perfect method to show hate, prejudice, and ignorance despite its flaws.
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Equal parts manic and hilarious, The Paper brilliantly captures the American newspaper's last moments before the digital age.
An exemplary sequel that betters the original, Godfather: Part II's exquisite characterization explores America's place in international crime through a young Corleone's eyes.
The Godfather realizes post-war America through 1970s fatalism, destroying the idea of domestic perfectionism.
Days of Thunder repeats movie history to an exacting degree, and while an entertaining watch, the story is a listless jumble.
Never Get Out of the Boat When Martin Sheen and his troops approach a bridge midway through Apocalypse Now, it looks like a Halloween theme park. Fireworks of war …
Breaking Chicago Widows is a basic heist movie. It opens with a shoot-out. Chased by police, robbers attempt an escape in their van, firing shots from the open rear …
Judge this Robert Downey Jr. is Robert Downey Jr. in The Judge. That is why they cast him though. Audiences pay for those sparkling, charismatic monologues whether they come …
Tomorrow is a devastating tale of pathos and gripping drama.
Hemingway & Gellhorn is ambitious in its designs, attempting to give Martha Gellhorn's life story its proper due while also romanticizing her marriage to Hemingway.
Like most of the great westerns, this is a contained, personal story, focused on the plight of a few, well developed people.
... it's about realization of the inevitable and how we deal with it.