Forrest Gump – as funny as it is entertaining, this award winning and heartwarming classic is a must watch for all generations.
Molly’s Game – Based on a true story, this real life thriller will keep you guessing. With a stunning cast and excellent directing, Molly’s Game is an entertaining movie about the shadowy world of underground gambling.
Road to Perdition – this underrated gem of the gangster genre fills the screen with impressive and intentional visuals that don’t overshadow the sparse, but necessary dialogue.
Sea Fever – An indie movie from Dust Studios that fails to impress and falls flat at every turn. Featuring an interesting concept that doesn’t stick the landing.
The Cat Returns – Studio Ghibli’s classic animation and storytelling shines through in this fun and lighthearted adventure to the cat kingdom.
Shaun of the Dead – An early 2000s zombcom from the mind of Edgar Wright. The first of the Cornetto Trilogy, Shaun of the Dead is hilarious and engaging for all.
An adaptation from the popular novel of the same name, Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves headline this late 90’s supernatural courtroom thriller.
Blade – Cast your mind back to the late 1990s and witness the prototype Marvel movie that paved the way for the modern comic book movie.
Dead Poets Society – For fans of literature and movies alike, Dead Poets Society is a delightful and inspiring movie starring Robin Williams in one of his best roles.
Nobody – A refreshing take on the retired secret agent trope with the ever talented Bob Odenkirk.