There is a purity to "Two-Lane Blacktop" that grabs you like fat tires gripping a hot asphalt road.
Jack Lemmon should have won a Best Actor Oscar if for no other reason than a scene of futile anguish one night while seeking a hidden bottle of alcohol.
A forgotten war picture that deserves a better place in the cinematic pantheon, "Hell Is For Heroes" features Steve McQueen at his surly anti-hero best.
This weird, glorious and brutal south-of-the-border saga is not Sam Peckinpah's greatest film, but it is his most quintessential one.
Sometimes it's a shame when films nominated for the Best Picture Oscar get forgotten. Other times, it's deserved.
The biggest problem with the horribly dated "Women in Love" is that it pushes the female characters off to the side.
The joy in watching, and rewatching, “Little Shop of Horrors” is that the cast has fun right along with the audience.
Nothing could prepare viewers for “Nashville.” Robert Altman didn’t skewer or revise any film discipline. He invented his own. And the result was pure magic.