The charisma of Giuliano Gemma and some stellar action sequences can't save this sub-par spaghetti western.
Fantasia stands alone as a virtuoso tribute to the virtuosity of its music.
Mad Max was a vision so viable it lead to a string of sloppy imitators. Here are 10 films that followed George Miller's post-apocalyptic designs to a fault.
42nd Street invented or perfected all the clichés of the backstage musical.
George Miller’s magnificently crazed half-sequel, half-do-over reimagines the original post-apocalyptic action saga as an even more savage, but yet strangely thoughtful, battle for survival in the wreckage.
The chipmunk-cheeked Joe Shishido leads up this 1967 "borderless action" film from Japan.
Blindman is a triumph that flawlessly blends the tenets of trash cinema with the virtues of the spaghetti western.
Black Widow may very well be the pinnacle of the modern action heroine, so why is there so much backlash about her role in the new Avengers film?
January through April is a time typically made up of award season leftovers, pre-summer spectacle, and more than a few throwaways. Here are PopMatters' choices for the best and worst of the last four months.
This flick is a superficial but eye-popping survey for armchair nature tourists.