This cinema classic is one that must be seen on the big screen.
This modern classic has given us some of the great characters and scenes in movie history.
Martin Scorsese’s Raging Bull is a brutally poignant film about guilt and what it does to the soul.
Terrence Malick’s masterpiece is a cinematic prayer that moves me in ways few other films can.
A prophetic film about media sensationalism and corruption with incredible performances and arguably the greatest screenplay of all time.
This classic film combines the intimate and the gruesome with some of the greatest film characters ever - most notably Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling.
Doubt tackles difficult subject matter while always keeping the spiritual questioning inherent in its title at the center of the story.
This 1957 Sidney Lumet classic deals with many of the same issues we see in today's headlines.
This classic Bergman epic focuses on subjects most films wouldn't touch - death and the silence of God.
A beautifully touching film that shows us how doubt and faith can coexist.
A legendary film that forces us to confront the horror of what war does to our souls.
An intense look at the obsessed artist with a supporting turn for the ages from J.K. Simmons.
Silence is the most profoundly-moving depiction of faith I have ever seen in a film.
The classic trilogy reaches its peak in this film - one of the all-time great sequels.
An absolute film classic that gives us scene after legendary scene.
A fun, heartwarming film that uses smart writing to enthrall us in a timeless tale.
If there's any movie that should be required viewing for every American, I think it should be this one.
An epic fantasy journey that, despite its grand scale, works on the power of its small moments.
A stylish, brooding film with a fantastic soundtrack that looks at the nature of its characters with a contemplative eye.
If I had to pick a favorite film of all-time, I would pick No Country for Old Men. Let me tell you why...