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  • First Blood

    First Blood


    Sylvester Stallone stars as John Rambo, a former green beret, tormented by war who is wrongfully chased by small town police in the first installment of the iconic franchise. It's a badass action thriller. One of the best action films of the '80s that laid the groundwork for the films in the genre that followed. It's an awesome gunplay adventure.

  • It Chapter Two

    It Chapter Two


    A nightmarish reunion awaits the Losers Club in this wildly terrifying continuation and conclusion to Stephen King's horror novel. It's a beautiful film about friendship and love under the most morbid circumstances. Bill Hader is very well cast as Richie, as is Jessica Chastain as Beverly and James McAvoy as Bill. One of the best horror films of the decade. It totally outdoes it's predecessor and like that first film it has a great combination of drama and humor in one epic extravaganza of terror.

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  • The Matrix

    The Matrix


    No film before or since has gone as deep as the rabbit hole of this cyberpunk classic. One of most uniquely complex films ever made. The visual effects and fight choreography are out of this world. The allied chemistry between Keanu Reeves and Lawrence Fishburne is great. This science fiction actioner is so solid that this should have been the only one. This film requires growing up to understand it and like wine it gets better with age.

  • Moulin Rouge!

    Moulin Rouge!


    Enter the world of high society in gay 90s Paris with this electrifying musical romance from the director of Romeo + Juliet. Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman dazzle as Christian and Santine, the aspiring writer and the can-can dancer at the title cabaret. One of the best musicals of the modern era and the film that brought renewed interest in the genre. This film is remarkable for using songs from popular music like Elton John's Your Song, Queen's The Show Must Go On and KISS' I Was Made For Loving You. It's a tender and tragic love story with a musical spark.