Sean Connery helped turn the James Bond spy series into a blockbuster franchise in his third outing as 007, perhaps the most iconic film in the series.
This elemental ‘Alice in Wonderland’ is both an escape from and a fantastical reflection of the horrors of Francisco Franco’s reign of terror in 1944 Spain.
Luis Buñuel’s sly, dry, deadpan masterpiece of upper class hypocrisy uses satire to skewer social pretensions and moral hypocrisy
Danny Boyle’s underdog movie about a slum kid in India who defies all odds was the most unabashedly, tragically, rapturously romantic film of 2008.
The film is named for Donald Sutherland’s character but Alan Pakula’s stark, alienated neo-noir, is remembered for Jane Fonda’s Oscar-winning performance.
Philip Kaufman story of the original NASA astronauts is *the* American epic of the last great frontier and a genuinely romantic take on the first generation of space cowboys.