Charles Bronson and Claudia Cardinale star in Sergio Leone’s loving tribute to the myth of the American West, which features Henry Fonda in a rare role as a cold-blooded villain.
James Whale directs the first adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel, bringing a mix of humor, horror, and madness to the story.
More than just a concert film, this is a chronicle of both the music of a generation and the community that formed around it for a weekend in 1969.
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.
Vincent Minelli’s first Technicolor film is the ultimate in Hollywood Americana and a masterful musical that turned Judy Garland into a true leading lady.
Ridley Scott’s visionary reworking of Philip K. Dick’s novel may have flopped when it was released but it has become a science fiction touchstone and has colonized the imaginations of writers, directors, and die-hard fans of science fiction.
The Asphalt Jungle (1950) is one of John Huston’s rare forays into the genre that would later be called film noir. His first, The Maltese Falcon (1941), helped set the template of the private eye noir. Ten years later, working from an adaptation of the caper novel by W.R. Burnett scripted in collaboration with the […]