Director David Ayers depicts inner city Latinx culture in Tax Collector but fails in offering any genuine context other than Hollywood violence.
Far more fun than any expectation, 21 Jump Street is not only funny, but hones in on how quickly things change after high school.
22 Jump Street is the exact same movie as its predecessor and that's the joke. A funny one, too.
Whiplash explores exceptionalism and its cost in a tense, intelligent drama that's about more than the world of jazz.
Stanley Kubrick's potent anti-war story Full Metal Jacket remains a classic in deconstructing western militarism.
Hitchcock turns the mundane into a terror with The Birds, treating the animals like a force protecting old morals.
Psycho breaks with perceived norms circa the early 1960s, lashing out against a more open culture emerging from Puritan values.
Vertigo belies its '50s era origin through a devious story of lust, obsession, and desperation, leading to an engrossing thriller.
Rear Window's relentless paranoia captures post-war America in a confined, tension-driven space.
Introducing a younger Superman making his way in Metropolis, Man of Tomorrow is a fresh origin story highlighted by crisp action and a compelling story.
Utterly delightful, Flash Gordon never fears being a knock-off, or putting an absurd spin on things, even if it's a pillow fight.
The unrelenting cynicism and Vin Diesel's manufactured cool leave Pitch Black overly repetitious.