A famous war drama that is actually about something more interesting, told on a grand scale by David Lean and bunch of great actors.
I still think this enjoyable adventure story holds up, though the story of its shooting in the Congo (including possible accidental cannibalism) is now at least as famous as the movie itself.
With “Godzilla vs. Kong” trying to lure viewers back to theaters, we re-visit the giant lizard monster’s first on-screen appearance.
A silly but more charming than you might expect live-action Disney movie involving leprechauns, banshees, and Sean Connery.
John Wayne romances Maureen O’Hara against a backdrop so stereotypically Irish, you might puke.
Jimmy Stewart becomes obsessed with watching his neighbors live their lives through his window, and maybe we do too.
A somewhat dated melodrama about people who are deeply unhappy despite being extremely pretty. One of them falls out of a rowboat.
Audrey Hepburn is a princess slumming it with Gregory Peck’s American reporter in this high-class 1950s version of the same movie that Netflix has made like ten times already.
In which a king sacrifices basically everything that matters for the sake of his own pride, manifested through giving Indian classical music parties, as you do.
At one time one of the lesser-known films of the great director Luis Buñuel, this melodrama about abuse and privilege now seems decades ahead of its time.