This bizarro take on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde reimagines the good doctor as a nerdy college chemistry professor with a lounge lizard alter ego.
A manic Jack Black plays a narcissistic rock god wannabe who inspired a bunch of elementary school kids to rock out in the comedy directed by Richard Linklater.
John Cusack stars as an assassin who goes to his high school reunion in this satire of 80s nostalgia and 90s values.
The leathery frontier drama costars Geraldine Page as a lonely homesteader left alone with her son in the midst of war between the Apaches and the Cavalry.
FBI agent Tom Hanks chases check forger Leonardo DiCaprio in Steven Spielberg’s lively take on the true story of a con man who successfully passed himself off as a pilot, a lawyer, and a doctor, and passed over $4 million in forged checks, all before his 21st birthday.
Miami Blues (1990) should have been the first film in funky crime movie franchise. It’s based on the first of four novels by modern hardboiled crime author Charles Willeford featuring Miami police detective Hoke Moseley; adapted and directed by George Armitage, who learned his trade making pictures for Roger Corman; and produced by Jonathan Demme, […]
“This is the story of our most excellent dads.” Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter bring those most excellent characters, Theodore “Ted” Logan and William “Bill” S. Preston, Esq., back to the screen in Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020). More than thirty years after Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, the teenage best friends, wannabe […]
After three underwhelming sequels to James Cameron’s hard-wired hardware time travel thriller The Terminator (1984) in the past dozen years, it’s time to remind ourselves just how tight and clever and entertaining the original film was. Made for a mere $6 million and released in the fall of 1984 by a small independent sudio to instant […]