After watching JFK, it is difficult to believe that anything other than an elaborate conspiracy was responsible for the 1963 assassination of US President John F. Kennedy in Dallas.
The two legendary actors who brought Don Corleone to life are finally united. A modern…
A distressing yet uplifting survival drama, Cast Away is an irresistible story of one man…
This is perhaps my all-time favorite movie. It definitely influenced my cinematic childhood. World War…
The 6th Day has enough smarts on display to overcome the more formulaic aspects of a Schwarzenegger big-budget movie.
A masterpiece of horror film-making, Alfred Hitchcock invents the spooky slasher genre and packages it with lust, larceny, and the mother of all personality disorders. Psycho is disturbing, terrifying and unforgettable.
An Alfred Hitchcock classic, Rear Window peeks into the lives of neighbors to find a potential murderer, but more importantly uncovers a changing society about to be transformed by unstoppable forces.
A suspense drama exploring the damage that one psychopath can unleash on the lives of many, Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers On A Train builds nicely into a little storm of turmoil.
A masterpiece of thrills stemming from unexpected espionage, North By Northwest invented the template for the modern secret agent movie, Alfred Hitchcock creating the trail that James Bond, Jack Ryan, and Jason Bourne would gallivant along for many decades to come.
One of the most compelling legal dramas to have graced the screen, 12 Angry Men is a dazzling display of bravado acting and intellectual directing.