New Line Cinema: A Retrospective

RT picks our 25 favorite studio classics!

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17. The New World (2005)

Tomatometer: 60%
Need a nature communal? Fire up the The New World DVD. Terrence Malick's interpretation of John Smith and Pocahontas is slow-going, but that's all the better to hypnotize you into a lush, verdant universe rarely attempted in American movies.
16. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

Tomatometer: 67%
Spy spoofs (and double entendres) don't get much better than in Austin Powers. While the sequels gorged themselves on bloated comedy extravagance, the original's swift and rascally attitude is as cheeky, charming, and hilarious as ever.