A violent, nihilistic revisionist Western that changed how violence was shown on-screen.
A spectacular, hilarious comedy about the end of the world.
I unreservedly love this nutso sci-fi mashup, despite it being a routine entry on “worst movies of all time” lists.
A lightish drama about interracial marriage that came out the same year it became legal nationwide. But is it a good movie?
It earned an X-rating for its “homosexual frame of reference,” but I mostly found unrelentingly depressing.
This tiny indie movie found the right metaphor for basically all of modern society’s fears and single-handedly spawned a major subgenre that’s lasted until today.
Roger Corman and Vincent Price team up for a movie about rich people torturing peasants and partying during a plague.
Sidney Poitier has to solve a murder in a small southern town that hates him. A great social movie but kind of a blah procedural.
The late, great Sean Connery stars in maybe the best of all the Bond movies.
A vast conspiracy is set to bring down the government, and only Frank Sinatra can stop it.