Dragonslayer has withstood the test of time beautifully. This is a magnificent fantasy adventure that, once considered a box office disappointment, has over the decades become nothing short of a bona fide cinematic classic.
Cloverfield is an outstanding giant monster movie, and it has only gotten better over the past 15 years.
Coraline is the visually magical film that started it all for Laika back in 2009, and it’s safe to say director Henry Selick’s delectably sinister animated marvel hasn’t lost an ounce of its charm.
Of all of the Laika films that the studio has released since 2009’s Coraline, I think ParaNorman has aged the best.
Peking Express is a gorgeously shot oddity built on an unstable foundation.
Assassination is a fun Italian Cold War thriller that makes precious little sense and frequently feels as if it were edited in a blender and put together with haphazard indifference.
Bedtime for Bonzo is funny enough, and as dated as elements of the film may be, overall it’s pretty harmless.
Grease 2: 40 years of wanting more than the boy next door with Michelle Pfeiffer and the Pink Ladies
Edge of Tomorrow has held up magnificently over the past eight years. If anything, it’s only gotten better.