A portrait of a coal mining community in 1970s Kentucky, where the company is king but the locals risk life and limb to unionize, as did the filmmakers to tell their story.
An extremely depressing Soviet World War II movie that is also probably a great work of art.
This is sort of the closest thing you’ll find a movie by and for the Beat Movement, an interesting exercise but I’m not sure it actually works as a film.
This is a very silly but somehow a very good action movie about robbing banks, surfing, skydiving, and many other things. At one point Patrick Swayze throws a dog at Keanu Reeves.
Madonna’s first major movie role was in this extremely 80s update of the screwball comedy.
A surprisingly down-to-earth and enjoyable movie about a bunch of 80s teens who have no idea what they’re doing.
A very different kind of sports movie, or maybe a very different kind of romance.
A very weird movie about a guy who desperately wants to fit in, while also periodically axe murdering people.
A meditation on… things, by the godmother of Avant Garde filmmaking.
This is a drama with an all-Black cast, set deep in Louisiana. I wanted to like it more than I actually did.