The Coen Brothers go west with this revenge yarn about a teenager (Hailee Steinfeld) who hires a hard-drinking U.S. Marshal (Jeff Bridges) to track down her father’s killer.
Being a vampire isn’t all it’s cracked up to be in this classy German import about a group of depressed female bloodsuckers.
A warrior-assassin brings swordplay and martial arts to the Wild West in this silly but immensely likable action fantasy.
Bill Murray’s charming performance keeps the tank at least half-full throughout Jim Jarmusch’s underfocused road trip through an aging gigolo’s sexual past.
You don’t have to like fast cars to enjoy this compelling documentary about Brazilian racing champion, Ayrton Senna. One of the best movies of 2011 is now available on Netflix Instant.
Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher are friends with benefits in this hopelessly predictable and frustratingly naive romantic comedy.
Luke Goss drives a Ford Mustang with machine guns on it to the delight of the bloodthirsty masses in this entertaining B-movie prequel.
This tricksy little horror flick about a group of explorers journeying into the New Hampshire wilderness to investigate a 70-year-old disappearance will either delight or enrage you.
John Sayles’ witty script and a cast that plays it straight transform a silly monster movie into a smart satire.
As tired as the original Creepshow was inspired, Creepshow 2 compiles the tales of a vengeful wooden Indian, a water-dwelling black blob and a resurrected hitchhiker.
Paul W.S. Anderson’s mega-ambitious sci-fi film starring Kurt Russell as a super-warrior stumbles along in fits and starts until it completely collapses under its own weight.
College kids go cruising for strippers and find Grace Jones as a vampire instead in this overlooked ’80s horror treat.
Things started to get a bit silly in Pierce Brosnan’s third go-round as James Bond, which features Denise Richards as one of the worst-ever Bond Girls.
Four ex-harlots blast their way through the Wild West in this silly guilty pleasure starring Madeleine Stowe, Mary Stuart Masterson, Andie MacDowell and Drew Barrymore.
Francis Ford Coppola went into the jungle, lost his mind and came back with this (extended) masterpiece.