An idealistic young man is corrupted by the family business in this classic American crime drama.
Marlon Brando questions his loyalties in this 1954 drama.
An Army Captain is sent up a river in Vietnam for a mission that taxes the mind and soul.
Michael Corleone isolates himself from his loved ones in what I suspect is the only sequel on the entire AFI list.
A working class man and a woman with upper class pretensions clash in New Orleans.
Love and tragedy plays out in Hawaii among the soldiers stationed there just before the attack on Pearl Harbor in this 1953 drama.
A sprawling story as big as the state its mostly set in, as a rivalry between two families erupts deep in the heart of Texas. Sort of.
Charles Laughton and Clark Gable clash over the proper way to treat sailors in this 1935 version of the infamous mutiny.
Peter Hammond of Deadline.com poses the question, “Should there be 10 slots for the acting categories?” In all fairness to Mr. Hammond, who is quite astute in his assessment of … Read More