It stands as a poignant bookend to a hefty cinematic saga — and the film that brought Film Yapper Sam Watermeier into the world.
"Action in the North Atlantic" is a seemingly run-of-the-mill bit of WWII wartime propaganda, set apart by its grim tone and outstanding naval action.
This touching slice-of-life film jumpstarted the careers of Peter Dinklage and Bobby Cannavale.
Yes, it's definitely flawed, but Kevin Costner's epic flop doesn't fail to deliver some goods.
Tackling time's ravages with rambunctious tones, 1997’s “Grosse Pointe Blank” wraps emotional entropy & existential rumination into a clever, conceptual comedy.
A sweeping punch to the gut, this is the kind of film that defines cinema.
"The Right Stuff" is one of the few films in this series that feels too long. But for a few brief moments, it will leave you wide-eyed with wonder.