A famous war drama that is actually about something more interesting, told on a grand scale by David Lean and bunch of great actors.
A story about a normal human who is confronted with genius and it slowly drives him insane. I think I might like this movie so much because of my own psychological problems, but I definitely like it a lot.
Describing the plot of this movie, where one serial killer helps a trainee FBI agent catch another, does not do justice to how spectacularly well made and acted it is.
I spent most of this classic Best Picture winner checking to see how much time it had left. You may like it more if you are more into shirtless Clark Gable than I am.
Perhaps the ultimate anti-War movie, its battle scenes represented a quantum leap for movies. Some of the smaller things may not hold up, but the message does.
You know almost every song, but wow is this not actually a good movie. This is probably Christopher Plummer’s most famous role, but he also hated it.
Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert predictably fall for each other in this gleefully larger-than-life early road trip romantic comedy
Maybe the classic Old Hollywood movie, made at the height of World War II and maybe one big metaphor for the war itself.
A big old sword and sandals epic that revived the genre and became a personal favorite of mine.
It earned an X-rating for its “homosexual frame of reference,” but I mostly found unrelentingly depressing.