A Star Trek parody that sort of lucked into an all-timer of a cast, now essentially beloved as an actual example of the thing it was parodying.
With “Godzilla vs. Kong” trying to lure viewers back to theaters, we re-visit the giant lizard monster’s first on-screen appearance.
Sort of a punk rock apocalypse. Or a comedy about some sort of alien invasion. Or a cautionary tale about the Neutron Bomb. Or…
A kid and his lovable alien pal try to escape from some government scientists. I found myself rooting for the scientists.
Christopher Plummer’s Shakespeare-quoting Klingon general is one of the many highlights of this final “Original” Star Trek movie.
An “ultra-violent” discussion of free will, human nature, and what it means to be good. At least, I think that’s what’s happening?
Kubrick’s Science Fiction masterpiece is more of a grand artistic statement than a movie. I love it so much.
Somewhere beneath everything that’s been piled on top of it is one of the greatest movies ever made.
I unreservedly love this nutso sci-fi mashup, despite it being a routine entry on “worst movies of all time” lists.
A classic of all-encompassing paranoia, with some of the best practical effects you’ll ever see.