"Angel and the Badman" is regarded as one of the signature films in the John Wayne library, but it doesn't deserve to be.
Sometimes great things arrive unheralded — such as Denzel Washington's film debut in this throwback comedy that uses social ills as a springboard for yuks.
The illnesses of idolatry and obsessive fixation have never been stripped down and shown so skillfully on film.
Entertaining and enlightening, "Bingo Long" shines a light on forgotten bits of histories of cinema, baseball and Indianapolis.
Part sex tourism, part futurist plaything and a whole lot inept craftsmanship, "Barbarella" is one of those films that became important without being any good.
This wild, hallucinatory drug-trip of a movie features the Monkees trashing their clean-cut image.
Part Australian outback travelogue, part adventure story and part family dramaturgy, "The Sundowners" is a largely forgotten classic worth revisiting.