Wayne’s World – Party on
The Lost City – A dumb love story with some action bolted on without any real chemistry from the main cast. The Lost City is not worth the ticket price but might be worth the rental for a rainy afternoon.
2001: A Space Odyssey – A film for the ages with an genre-defining visuals, iconic dialogue, and awe-inspiring soundtrack from one of the greatest directors of all time.
Young Frankenstein – An absurdly funny classic comedy from the genius mind of Mel Brooks, brought to life by the one and only Gene Wilder.
The Endless – A precursor to Synchronic, #TheEndless is another Benson & Moorehead slow burn thriller with plenty of Lovecraft inspiration.
Dr. Strangelove – The ultimate wartime satire from Stanley Kubrick, Dr Strangelove is a timeless classic.
Isle of Dogs- Wes Anderson’s claymation story about a boy searching for his dog is fresh and crisp with plenty of attention to detail and an awesome cast. #IsleOfDogs
The Tragedy of Macbeth – The classic Shakespearean drama is given a fresh coat of paint in this modern interpretation. Directed by Joel Coen, the elite cast of Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, and Brendan Gleeson are given plenty of room to bring this story to life in the streaming era.
Luc Besson directs Jean Reno, Gary Oldman, and Natalie Portman through a difficult and action-packed story that is responsible for Catapulting Portman to fame. With stellar performances from both Reno and Oldman, Leon The Professional is an instant classic.
Encounter – A surprisingly well made and unsettling story with the incredibly talented Riz Ahmed and Octavia Spencer.