The true story of a man who drove a riding mower across to two state becomes a sweet celebration of small town values a G-rated, family friendly tale from America’s most subversive filmmaker.
Steven Spielberg’s first foray into motion capture filmmaking turns the legendary boy journalist and globe-trotting adventurer of the early graphic novels of Herge into a big screen hero.
Four women break out of their confined lives and roles when they rent a Italian villa in this romantic drama of reawakening. Josie Lawrence, Miranda Richardson, Polly Walker, and Joan Plowright costar with the beautiful Mediterranean landscape.
Darren Aronofsky directs this warm but heartbreaking tale of a professional wrestler who is long past his prime trying to find a life after the ring.
Billy Wilder is the American cinema’s most famous cynic, but nothing in his career is as scathing as this noir-tinged newspaper drama, an indictment of the American media circus.
Spike Lee’s vibrant, vital, thoroughly accomplished third feature is a provocative and intelligent exploration of race and racism that opens with a call to action and ends with a ferocious cry in the face of injustice.