David Cronenberg’s erotically-charged social satire is a cautionary tale for the internet age.
Walter Hill’s cult film is full of intense car chases and silent antiheroes.
The star of Twin Peaks uses social media to connect with fans and promote good causes.
By Ian Mantgani
There’s something deeply entertaining and moving about his widely ridiculed lead turn.
The Lisbon sisters helped me to understand my own awkward coming of age.
This Keanu Reeves-starring drama is a poignant tale of teenage apathy.
By Amy Bowker
From Mad Men to The Handmaid’s Tale, the American star never fails to impress.
Johnny Depp is on career-best form in Mike Newell’s classic crime-thriller from 1997.
By Greg Evans
Michael Bay could learn a lot from this entertaining ’80s cartoon.
By Abbey Bender
She exudes sassy femininity in this classic musical comedy.
Stephen Sommers’ 1999 film offers the perfect blend of scares, thrills and high camp.
The ecological message at the heart of Hayao Miyazaki’s 1997 film feels even more urgent today.
Viewed today, Edgar Wright’s comic satire of small town English attitudes feels scarily prescient.
By Elena Lazic
Despite accusations of misogyny, Sam Peckinpah’s domestic thriller is a feminist film in disguise.
Barry Levinson’s rapid-fire dialogue and use of popular music set the blueprint for Tarantino’s style.
By Alex Hess
The release of Con Air and Face/Off 20 summers ago marked a high-point in mainstream cinema.
By Matt Turner
A key inspiration for Beyoncé’s Lemonade, this afrofuturist 1991 drama is a milestone in American cinema.