A very violent, dark Vietnam movie written and directed by an actual Vietnam veteran, so I would say it’s high quality but your mileage may vary.
A very early drama about the effects of poverty from the first famous female director.
About three-quarters of my favorite movie all-time, but not quite. Still sort of elemental to where musicals have gone since then.
A tiny boxing movie about a bunch of weirdos that became a massive cultural smash. I like some parts.
This over-the-top melodrama about mothers and daughters from director Douglas Sirk was considered populist trash at the time and is today seen as high art.
This most revisionist of revisionist westerns brought Clint Eastwood to the highest tier of modern directors.
The cute dog movie that saved Disney animation is this weekend the inspiration for a sympathetic origin story about its villainous puppy murderer.
A documentary ostensibly about high school basketball, but possibly about basically all of modern America.
A Hollywood satire decades ahead of its time, but also in my opinion a total mess as an actual movie.
This extremely affable western about a couple of outlaws on the run feels like the direct ancestor of your average Marvel movie.