Three men go to war, and only one of them seems to come back in any way whole.
Sam Peckinpah’s violent anti-Western, famous for its body count, but more about the end of an era.
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.
Oliver Stone’s reflection on the Vietnam War, made back when he and Charlie Sheen were both taken a lot more seriously.
The Coen Brothers made up a true crime story for this Midwestern drama about greed and satisfaction.
Kong’s back, and he’s full of allegory.