An absolutely essential first-person historical document about one of the worst events in history.
A movie that looks deep into its own soul and finds only horror.
In which Buster Keaton almost dies over and over in the name of comedy, and also drops an actual train off an actual bridge.
A surprisingly funny take on World War II from the point of view of Polish actors, that came out only 3 months after Pearl Harbor.
Maybe the definitive movie about one of the worst events in human history.
A surprisingly universal and human story of three soldiers returning to their home town after World War II, from decades before “PTSD” was a term.
This epic basically invented modern Scottish nationalism despite a total lack of both subtlety and interest in actual history.
Tom Hanks bumbles through the greatest hits of Baby Boomer history, with nothing to say about any of it.
I was floored by this Italian epic about the fall of the aristocracy, written by a prince and directed by a Marxist, starring, of all people, Burt Lancaster.
It’s well over three hours, is super racist, and features a very unlikable heroine. It’s also maybe the single biggest hit of all time.