While still a routine slasher in formula, reinventing Friday the 13th's Jason Vorhees as a plausible survivalist killer works.
Freddy vs Jason exploits exploitation, sending the '80s slasher genre out in a vicious and unrelenting finale.
A pedestrian action flick that mostly wastes Jean Reno and Ruby Rose, The Doorman offers little beyond remaking Die Hard.
Stars Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn form an impeccable chemistry that echoes throughout time in Roman Holiday.
Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore ooze chemistry in the hauntingly romantic Ghost with humorous touches by director Jerry Zucker.
Days of Thunder repeats movie history to an exacting degree, and while an entertaining watch, the story is a listless jumble.
Pure in its '80s allure, Fatal Attraction uses New York's seedy backdrop for a moral tale of secrets, lust, and revenge.
A masterpiece of screen romance and intellectual satire, Hitchcock's To Catch a Thief is a marvelous example of screen foreplay.
While let down by its ending, Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne make a great team, enough to carry Like a Boss.
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