The black and white cinematography of Gordon Willis and the music of George Gershwin make for a pitch-perfect valentine to the Big Apple.
Lyndon Johnson gave this Oscar-winning documentary its title and, with his escalation of the war in Vietnam, its purpose.
Ingmar Bergman's life-affirming story of the Ekdahl family would be his last feature film. No one ever made a better exit.
Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper revved up their motorcycles and, like Jack Kerouac, inspired a generation of young people to hit the road.
Sidney Poitier and Tony Curtis are two inmates in a Southern prison who learn to unshackle themselves from hatred.