A very fun teen time capsule from 1990 that has a lot on its mind but resists any major dramatics.
A very early-70s rock opera about the Crucifixion, complete with tanks, machine guns, and a dancing King Herod. Happy Easter.
This “jukebox musical” of patriotic Broadway hits showcases James Cagney’s powerhouse performance, but that’s basically the only part of the movie that works for me.
A “musical for people who don’t like musicals,” set in 1930s Germany right before everything goes haywire.
Estimated to be the most-watched movie of all-time, it somehow works just as well 82 years later.
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.
My favorite Christmas movie, bar none, featuring Michael Caine as Scrooge and Gonzo the Great as Charles Dickens.
Great Irving Berlin songs, great performances, and a plot you shouldn’t think about too hard.
I have many questions about this animated musical and its story about oppressed Jewish immigrant mice.
Halloween decides to take over Christmas in what has become one of my favorites.