A vast conspiracy is set to bring down the government, and only Frank Sinatra can stop it.
This iconic Horror classic has lost some of its power to shock, but still elicits sympathy for its “Monster.”
This epic disaster movie slash romance became the highest grossing movie all time and won all the Oscars. But what do we think 23 years later?
Tom Hanks bumbles through the greatest hits of Baby Boomer history, with nothing to say about any of it.
Camps of migrants, driven out of their homes by economic hardship, hated by the locals and oppressed by the police. It’s hard to be an Oklahoman.
Considered the first feature from an African-American lesbian, I found it enjoyable and interesting. Not everyone agreed at the time.
This all-encompassing sequel involves at least two separate movies that never quite meet.
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers bringing dancing to maybe its greatest heights. The rest of the movie, who cares?
The decaying remains of 1920s Hollywood entrap a hack writer and lure him to his doom.
Francis Ford Coppola’s mafia epic is now fixed in American culture.