Elia Kazan's star-making vehicle for Andy Griffith is a terrifyingly prescient tale.
David Lynch's take on the traditionalized American love story is not short of his usual touch.
Martin Scorsese's portrait of the violent-tempered boxer is the director's most difficult film, but also one of his best.
Martin Scorsese's 1985 black comedy remains the director's most bizarre work to date.
As far back as any can remember, Martin Scorsese's 1990 classic remains every bit as seminal as ever.
David Lynch's prequel to his beloved television show is a harrowing portrait of trauma and suffering.
Tom Hanks evokes a sense of nostalgia in his portrayal of Fred Rogers.
Martin Rosen's feature film debut is a dark, yet optimistic fairy tale.
Martin Scorsese works with Netflix to release an audacious project unlike anything else he has directed prior.
By combining footage of 1970's New York City with letters from Chantal Akerman's mother, the result is a beautiful portrait of alienation.