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?
A small, emotional film from Communist Hungary about the unlikely friendship between two women from different worlds.
Tom Hanks bumbles through the greatest hits of Baby Boomer history, with nothing to say about any of it.
A highly-acclaimed, aggressively minimalist, story about the disconnect between Japanese parents and their adult children.
Camps of migrants, driven out of their homes by economic hardship, hated by the locals and oppressed by the police. It’s hard to be an Oklahoman.
Considered the first feature from an African-American lesbian, I found it enjoyable and interesting. Not everyone agreed at the time.
This all-encompassing sequel involves at least two separate movies that never quite meet.
This indie drama, based on a real life teacher in East LA, does its level best to make math exciting.
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.
A dream-like fable at the end of the world about a woman who won’t fit into men’s boxes.