“The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” is one of legendary western director John Ford’s most acclaimed works. Here’s my review!
John Cassavetes’ “A Woman Under the Influence” is one of the most acclaimed films in American independent cinema. Here’s my review!
“Heat” has grown massively popular since its release in 1995, but does it actually live up to its stellar reputation? Here are my thoughts.
Peter Bogdanovich’s “Paper Moon” is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Here’s my review of the endearing classic!
“12 Angry Men” is a riveting masterpiece with one of the greatest scripts in film history. Here’s my review of this cinematic gem.
“The 400 Blows” is one of cinema’s greatest masterpieces. Here’s my review of François Truffaut’s immaculate character study!
“Barry Lyndon” is a forgotten Stanley Kubrick masterpiece and one of the best period piece epics ever made. Here’s my review!
“Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” is my favorite Star Trek movie and one of the best science fiction thrillers of all time. Here’s my review!
“Vertigo” is one of the most critically acclaimed films ever made, but I found it to be overrated and a bit disappointing. Here’s my review!
“Toy Story” was released in 1995 and starred Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and the legendary Don Rickles. At the time, it was the first computer-generated animated feature film, launching Pixar into the acclaimed animation studio we now know it as today. What really binds this movie together and makes it hold up (despite its datedContinue reading ““Toy Story” – Classic Film Reviews #22″