Hayao Miyazaki at his most simple could only be every bit as lovely as one can expect from the master.
Miyazaki's second feature is also one of his most compassionate efforts to date.
Satoshi Kon's first feature is an unforgettable, and wholly upsetting ride from beginning to end.
David Cronenberg's 1988 masterpiece tells a horrific tale of an unhealthy symbiosis.
Greta Gerwig's second film as a director gives a new life to Louisa May Alcott's classic story.
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.