Among the most saccharine, comfortable nostalgia ever put to film, A Christmas Story captures the kid's holiday season flawlessly.
Clark Griswold's pursuit of the perfect holiday is a timeless series of mishaps in Christmas Vacation.
The iconic example of showmanship and relevance, Casablanca remains a masterpiece for its absolute power over audiences.
Elf's delight stems from its pure, cheesy cheer, and every family has one. Maybe two.
An angry, cynical, and stark look into a proposed future, Rollerball thrives on the script's thematic weight.
Never subtle, not even for a spot of humor, Silent Running pushes an overbearing theme to its conclusion.
Sidney Poitier commands the screen, and raises To Sir, with Love's credibility in spite of dated cultural attitudes.
A nostalgic look at pre-WWII army corps, From Here to Eternity reels in the drama and steers toward inevitable tragedy.
One of the funniest and most honest holiday movies ever made, Planes, Trains & Automobiles ranks among cinema's comic elite without an ounce of age.
Bullet Train's eccentric, wild, and hilarious style helps it stand out in the action genre.
A classic tale about caring for others first, Frosty the Snowman is a charmer to this day.
A pure, timeless holiday special, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer celebrates the holidays as much as empowering individuality.