This epic disaster movie slash romance became the highest grossing movie all time and won all the Oscars. But what do we think 23 years later?
This all-encompassing sequel involves at least two separate movies that never quite meet.
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers bringing dancing to maybe its greatest heights. The rest of the movie, who cares?
The decaying remains of 1920s Hollywood entrap a hack writer and lure him to his doom.
Francis Ford Coppola’s mafia epic is now fixed in American culture.
This horror hit was known for its final twist, but somehow still holds up 21 years later.
Perhaps Hitchcock’s weirdest, most dream-like film, it makes no sense, but it also might be perfect.
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.
Scorsese’s most cutting exploration of the gangster lifestyle. I like the movie. The lifestyle’s not for me.
I had, um, some issues with this comedy about cross-dressing and/or dudes that want to sleep with Marilyn Monroe.