Land of the Lost (2009)
"Inferior redo of original Jon Hall spectacle; state of art effects for 1970s."
Star Trek (2009)
"...Elicits laughs, adventure, and refreshing, positive energy in a way series creator Gene Roddenberry intended."
The Story of G.I. Joe (1945)
"Above average WWII salute to soldier's journalist Ernie Pyle; early Mitchum starring roll."
Rocky II (1979)
"Pretty good sequel, among several that followed, this time directed by Stallone."
Teen Wolf Too (1987)
"Fun, silly werewolf teen comedy featuring Jason Bateman. This is the sequel to Teen Wolf, in case you couldn't tell."
"Much heralded erotic film (for its time) that made a sexy star of Hedy Lamarr."
The Great Train Robbery (1903)
"Must see viewing for this very brief silent film, the first American movie telling a sequenced story."
"A stunning film laced with absorbing performances, jarring special effects, and atmospheric set design. It has been a long time since a film has evoked as many creepy, spine deep tingles as this one."
"Fine score, Caron performance in MGM musical fantasy."
Great Balls of Fire (1989)
"Underrated Dennis Quad performance as rocker Jerry Lee Lewis."
"Study of mob violence featuring early Spencer Tracy."
Johnny Guitar (1954)
"Bizarre, unforgettable Nicholas Ray western that ends in two women shootout!"
"Ellyn Burstyn's strong performance is highlight of this fine Scorsese film."
The Spiral Staircase (1946)
"Psychological drama has its share of chills; led by Dorothy McGuire standout."
Commanche Territory (1995)
"So-so oater featuring O'Hara and Carey."
Flight to Mars (1951)
"Mediocre even for its 1950s sci-fi time; low budget is biggest culprit."
Mr. Skeffington (1944)
"On target Warner super soaper features standouts Bette Davis and Claude Rains."
"Supposedly based on fact regarding the relationship of Louisiana's Gov. Earl Long and his stripper girlfriend, this is noted mostly for the offbeat casting of Paul Newman."
Belle of the Nineties (1934)
"Creaky and dated, but Mae West and her biting dialogue still sparkle."
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)
"Top fantasy film of any time; featuring Rex Harrison, Gene Tierney."
Unknown Marx Brothers (1996)
"Terrific documentary narrated by Leslie Nielsen, featuring rare Marx footage."
Godzilla Raids Again (1959)
"The grand lizard rises again, after rising again and again."
The Grass Is Greener (1960)
"Fun Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr comedy romp with Stanley Donen touch."
The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980)
"Sleeper that became a huge hit; all about the discovery of a soft drink container by a bushman. Funny, fascinating."
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)
"Harryhausen effects are first reason to see this sci-fi mini-classic, and it is a fun trip."
Silent Running (1972)
"Suffers from age, but Trumbull's vision still glows, as does terrific Bruce Dern in practically solo turn."
"Milking the dinosaur franchise once again, and still OK fare for kiddies."
You'll Never Get Rich (1998)
"Lesser Astaire, but still way above average for any musical."
Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937)
"Stunning Elanor Powell dances, great music highlight all time tops MGM musical."
"The title says it all...and is the only reason to see this misfire."
"The first was far too much really; just multiply the gore by three."
Fantastic Voyage (1966)
"Fascinating still, but suffers from lack of more sophisticated special effects. Still...imagine Raquel Welch moving around inside."
Flesh and the Devil (1926)
"Somewhat notorious Garbo vehicle which co-stars real life lover, John Gilbert."
Across 110th Street (1972)
"Dated crime drama headed by top cast including Anthony Quinn."
"Absolutely superb TV, among top ten of all time...and this first season is a must have."
"A Murnau silent classic featuring strong Emil Jannings performance."
The Letter (1940)
"Prime Bette Davis featuring a memorable shooting in the opening."
A Raisin in the Sun (1961)
"Fine adaptation of stage play giving Poitier one of his first hits."
"Fun, albeit dated, caper movie with well matched MacLaine and Caine."
Valley of the Dolls (1967)
"At the time sordid, now blase look at drug-infested Hollywood."
"Still more tomato gore from the ridiculous rolling tomatoes."
A Thousand Clowns (1965)
"Oscar caliber performances; based on hit Broadway play"
Two for the Seesaw (1962)
"OK drama featuring Mitchum and MacLaine, who work somewhat oddly well together."
"Virtually ANY Warner cartoon from the golden era is priceless...and you get dozens in this set."
Maximum Overdrive (1986)
"Truck stop attacked by mechanical objects, including trucks, gone awry! Based on Stephen King story."
Meet Wally Sparks (1997)
"Dangerfield misfire comedy on several levels; little to smile about."
The Neverending Story (1984)
"Magical storytelling targeted at children still fascinates."
Lightning Jack (1994)
"Politically incorrect jokes (endlessly) about hearing impaired (Gooding) make for tasteless flick."
"Dull, slow paced horror about vampire bats is forgettable."