Stanley Kubrick's "Dr. Strangelove" is perhaps the greatest satirical dark comedy ever made. It ranks as a classic.
David Bowie's favorite screen role was in "Mr. Christmas, Mr. Lawrence," an engaging but often moony contemplation of forbidden love.
The story of a crook who loses it all by going straight, "The Great McGinty" launched Preston Sturges' directing career and gave Brian Donlevy a rare leading role.
An early iteration of the serial killer as main character theme, "The Collector" features two wonderful performances by Terence Stamp and Samantha Eggar.
Andy Ray must have been the only Indiana-native film critic to give "Hoosiers" a negative review. Before you grab pitchforks or battering rams, let him explain.
"The Night Porter" is one of the most reviled and celebrated art films of the last half-century. Personally, I don't see the two as mutually exclusive.
It’s funny, full of action, and the loose ends of the plot are finalized in one big showdown scene. This one’s a crowd-pleaser.