Safe and fluffy, Ticket to Paradise hits every predictable cliche on its way through rom com norms.
It's an upgrade only a videophile could love for the Rankin-Bass Christmas special, Santa Claus is Comin' to Town.
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.
Masterful in its perspective, To Kill a Mockingbird finds the perfect method to show hate, prejudice, and ignorance despite its flaws.
Surreal, unusual, and compelling, Nope keeps a continual level of wonder alive until the final act.
Of the atomic age without the atomic age undertones, Creature from the Black Lagoon returned to Universal's clever horror of old.
Less a monster movie than a social condemnation, Bride of Frankenstein is among the great achievements in hidden subtext and simultaneous entertainment.
Colorful as it is, Phantom of the Opera is a listless Universal remake with a few marginal twists expanding on the lore.
Beast isn't taking any chances or trying to surprise, but provides passable thrills over a trim 90-minutes.
The Mummy is among Universal's elite even with a routine, stock story thanks to the imposing presence of Karloff in his prime.
A vapid and hollow military horror flick, Doom lacks credentials within its overly dark aesthetic.