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Used Cars Review

Used Cars

Robert Zemeckis' satire on American capitalism is as biting and uncomfortable as it is funny and entertaining.

I Wanna Hold Your Hand Review

I Wanna Hold Your Hand

Robert Zemeckis' debut film grates on you for a while, but eventually, it wears you down and earns its keep.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The only sequel to the fun but flawed Charlie's Angels movie seems to go out of its way to distance itself from its predecessor, and as a result, it's a total mess.

The Piano

The Piano

If you subscribe to the notion that the greatest movies transport you to a place you've never been and introduce you to people you've never known, The Piano is one of the greatest movies.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels (2000)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels (2000)

This action-comedy is so packed with "Y2K X-TREME" energy that it's like a time machine back to the year 2000.

An Angel at My Table

An Angel at My Table

Jane Campion finds breathtaking visual beauty in this biopic about author Janet Frame, but the film's bleakness and familiar beats make it a less compelling final product than her debut, Sweetie.

Sweetie Review

Sweetie

Director Jane Campion's 1989 debut feature is shocking in content, mysterious in theme, and breathtaking in composition.

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Director Tony Scott made action movies, thrillers, love stories, and movies that defy classifcation altogether. Here are all 16 ranked from worst to best.

George Miller Movies Ranked

George Miller Movies Ranked

There's something in this filmography for everyone: Destroyed families, worlds on the brink of (or well past) collapse, adorable animals experiencing existential crises, a sexy devil, and much more.

Unstoppable Review

Unstoppable

This is the ultimate example of economical filmmaking, flying in and out at 100 minutes and 100 miles per hour.

The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) Review

The Taking of Pelham 123

It's just a film from a guy who can do better and feels like he's on autopilot.

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) Review

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three

This is a film that knows exactly what it is: a perfectly grimy 1970s thriller.

Deja Vu Review

Deja Vu

This feels like a spiritual, more sci-fi-tinged successor to Die Hard thanks to Tony Scott's direction and Denzel Washington's fantastic lead performance.

Domino (2005) Review

Domino

This film is inspired lunacy and the perfect vehicle for director Tony Scott's sometimes manic energy.

Man on Fire Review

Man on Fire

A great Denzel Washington performance can't save this weird, kinda gross, and crazy long misfire from Tony Scott.

Spy Game Review

Spy Game

Ever wonder what Tony Scott's version of Citizen Kane would look like? Check out Spy Game and wonder no more.

Used Cars Review

Used Cars

Robert Zemeckis' satire on American capitalism is as biting and uncomfortable as it is funny and entertaining.

I Wanna Hold Your Hand Review

I Wanna Hold Your Hand

Robert Zemeckis' debut film grates on you for a while, but eventually, it wears you down and earns its keep.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The only sequel to the fun but flawed Charlie's Angels movie seems to go out of its way to distance itself from its predecessor, and as a result, it's a total mess.

The Piano

The Piano

If you subscribe to the notion that the greatest movies transport you to a place you've never been and introduce you to people you've never known, The Piano is one of the greatest movies.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels (2000)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels (2000)

This action-comedy is so packed with "Y2K X-TREME" energy that it's like a time machine back to the year 2000.

An Angel at My Table

An Angel at My Table

Jane Campion finds breathtaking visual beauty in this biopic about author Janet Frame, but the film's bleakness and familiar beats make it a less compelling final product than her debut, Sweetie.

Sweetie Review

Sweetie

Director Jane Campion's 1989 debut feature is shocking in content, mysterious in theme, and breathtaking in composition.

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Director Tony Scott made action movies, thrillers, love stories, and movies that defy classifcation altogether. Here are all 16 ranked from worst to best.

George Miller Movies Ranked

George Miller Movies Ranked

There's something in this filmography for everyone: Destroyed families, worlds on the brink of (or well past) collapse, adorable animals experiencing existential crises, a sexy devil, and much more.

Unstoppable Review

Unstoppable

This is the ultimate example of economical filmmaking, flying in and out at 100 minutes and 100 miles per hour.

The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) Review

The Taking of Pelham 123

It's just a film from a guy who can do better and feels like he's on autopilot.

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) Review

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three

This is a film that knows exactly what it is: a perfectly grimy 1970s thriller.

Deja Vu Review

Deja Vu

This feels like a spiritual, more sci-fi-tinged successor to Die Hard thanks to Tony Scott's direction and Denzel Washington's fantastic lead performance.

Domino (2005) Review

Domino

This film is inspired lunacy and the perfect vehicle for director Tony Scott's sometimes manic energy.

Man on Fire Review

Man on Fire

A great Denzel Washington performance can't save this weird, kinda gross, and crazy long misfire from Tony Scott.

Spy Game Review

Spy Game

Ever wonder what Tony Scott's version of Citizen Kane would look like? Check out Spy Game and wonder no more.

Used Cars Review

Used Cars

Robert Zemeckis' satire on American capitalism is as biting and uncomfortable as it is funny and entertaining.

I Wanna Hold Your Hand Review

I Wanna Hold Your Hand

Robert Zemeckis' debut film grates on you for a while, but eventually, it wears you down and earns its keep.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The only sequel to the fun but flawed Charlie's Angels movie seems to go out of its way to distance itself from its predecessor, and as a result, it's a total mess.

The Piano

The Piano

If you subscribe to the notion that the greatest movies transport you to a place you've never been and introduce you to people you've never known, The Piano is one of the greatest movies.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels (2000)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels (2000)

This action-comedy is so packed with "Y2K X-TREME" energy that it's like a time machine back to the year 2000.

An Angel at My Table

An Angel at My Table

Jane Campion finds breathtaking visual beauty in this biopic about author Janet Frame, but the film's bleakness and familiar beats make it a less compelling final product than her debut, Sweetie.

Sweetie Review

Sweetie

Director Jane Campion's 1989 debut feature is shocking in content, mysterious in theme, and breathtaking in composition.

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Director Tony Scott made action movies, thrillers, love stories, and movies that defy classifcation altogether. Here are all 16 ranked from worst to best.

George Miller Movies Ranked

George Miller Movies Ranked

There's something in this filmography for everyone: Destroyed families, worlds on the brink of (or well past) collapse, adorable animals experiencing existential crises, a sexy devil, and much more.

Unstoppable Review

Unstoppable

This is the ultimate example of economical filmmaking, flying in and out at 100 minutes and 100 miles per hour.

The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) Review

The Taking of Pelham 123

It's just a film from a guy who can do better and feels like he's on autopilot.

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) Review

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three

This is a film that knows exactly what it is: a perfectly grimy 1970s thriller.

Deja Vu Review

Deja Vu

This feels like a spiritual, more sci-fi-tinged successor to Die Hard thanks to Tony Scott's direction and Denzel Washington's fantastic lead performance.

Domino (2005) Review

Domino

This film is inspired lunacy and the perfect vehicle for director Tony Scott's sometimes manic energy.

Man on Fire Review

Man on Fire

A great Denzel Washington performance can't save this weird, kinda gross, and crazy long misfire from Tony Scott.

Spy Game Review

Spy Game

Ever wonder what Tony Scott's version of Citizen Kane would look like? Check out Spy Game and wonder no more.

Used Cars Review

Used Cars

Robert Zemeckis' satire on American capitalism is as biting and uncomfortable as it is funny and entertaining.

I Wanna Hold Your Hand Review

I Wanna Hold Your Hand

Robert Zemeckis' debut film grates on you for a while, but eventually, it wears you down and earns its keep.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)

The only sequel to the fun but flawed Charlie's Angels movie seems to go out of its way to distance itself from its predecessor, and as a result, it's a total mess.

The Piano

The Piano

If you subscribe to the notion that the greatest movies transport you to a place you've never been and introduce you to people you've never known, The Piano is one of the greatest movies.

The Forgaughtens: Charlie’s Angels (2000)

The Forgaughtens: Charlie's Angels (2000)

This action-comedy is so packed with "Y2K X-TREME" energy that it's like a time machine back to the year 2000.

An Angel at My Table

An Angel at My Table

Jane Campion finds breathtaking visual beauty in this biopic about author Janet Frame, but the film's bleakness and familiar beats make it a less compelling final product than her debut, Sweetie.

Sweetie Review

Sweetie

Director Jane Campion's 1989 debut feature is shocking in content, mysterious in theme, and breathtaking in composition.

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Director Tony Scott made action movies, thrillers, love stories, and movies that defy classifcation altogether. Here are all 16 ranked from worst to best.

George Miller Movies Ranked

George Miller Movies Ranked

There's something in this filmography for everyone: Destroyed families, worlds on the brink of (or well past) collapse, adorable animals experiencing existential crises, a sexy devil, and much more.

Unstoppable Review

Unstoppable

This is the ultimate example of economical filmmaking, flying in and out at 100 minutes and 100 miles per hour.

The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) Review

The Taking of Pelham 123

It's just a film from a guy who can do better and feels like he's on autopilot.

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) Review

The Taking of Pelham One Two Three

This is a film that knows exactly what it is: a perfectly grimy 1970s thriller.

Deja Vu Review

Deja Vu

This feels like a spiritual, more sci-fi-tinged successor to Die Hard thanks to Tony Scott's direction and Denzel Washington's fantastic lead performance.

Domino (2005) Review

Domino

This film is inspired lunacy and the perfect vehicle for director Tony Scott's sometimes manic energy.

Man on Fire Review

Man on Fire

A great Denzel Washington performance can't save this weird, kinda gross, and crazy long misfire from Tony Scott.

Spy Game Review

Spy Game

Ever wonder what Tony Scott's version of Citizen Kane would look like? Check out Spy Game and wonder no more.