Posts Tagged ‘Reeling Backward’
This criminally underrated film is the kind of thriller Hitchcock would have made if he were around in the '90s.
Unfairly maligned because of its Best Picture Oscar win, "Around the World in 80 Days" is enjoyable spectacle for its own sake.
I'm just glad Clint Eastwood survived the early tawdry portion of his directing career -- epitomized by the awful spy thriller "The Eiger Sanction."
Lucio Fulci's unintentionally hilarious zombie flick shows why he was known as the international "King of Gore."
While certainly entertaining, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" seems now less a groundbreaking film and more a minor way station on the way to grander animated ambitions.
Roger Corman's penultimate film as a director is one of his most ambitious, a fictional take on the Red Baron and the unheralded pilot who killed him (maybe).
This revisionist Western is notable for its stern, uncaring anti-hero played by Paul Newman and a more compassionate view of American Indians.
An early progenitor of the big-budget action spectacular, "Hell's Angels" is astonishing during the flying combat scenes and embarrassing on the ground.