This month, check out classics like “Superbad,” “8 Mile,” “Anchorman,” “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and four of the movies in the “Jaws” franchise.
Eminem basically plays a version of himself in this underdog story set in the grimy Detroit rap scene.Show up for the amazing needle drops, and stay for Brittany Murphy’s fantastic performance.
A year after making the acclaimed “Sicario,” director Denis Villeneuve switched gears in a major way when he made this gripping sci-fi movie.Amy Adams stars as a linguist who works with the army to communicate with extraterrestrials who have suddenly arrived on Earth.
This early 1980s comedy defined the high-school genre for the next decade by taking a look at different cliques at a Southern California school.What continues to set it apart from most, though, is its examination of the early indicators of adulthood, particularly sex.
This movie is so beloved by baseball fans that Major League Baseball began an annual game on the farm where it was shot.Kevin Costner plays an Iowa farmer who is awoken by a voice that tells him, “If you build it, he will come.” It leads to him tearing up most of his crops and building a baseball field.Soon after, “Shoeless” Joe Jackson from the 1919 White Sox appears but that’s not the “he” the voice was talking about. The movie is not just a love letter to baseball but to fathers and sons.
Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic thrills to this day. And if you can’t get enough of it, “Jaws 2,” “Jaws 3D,” and “Jaws: The Revenge” are also available.Be warned, the franchise gets more and more bizarre the deeper you go.
If you’re in need of a fun comedy, you can’t go wrong with this Sandra Bullock classic.She plays an FBI agent who is transformed into a beauty pageant contestant to prevent a group from bombing the event.
Like “Fast Times,” this is another high-school comedy that stands the test of time. Set in the aughts, we follow two best friends (Michael Cera and Jonah Hill) as they party hard on their final night of high school.
“Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” is one of the most memorable movies from the Will Ferrell and Adam McKay collaboration.Ferrell plays the lead anchor for a local TV news station in San Diego in the 1970s who must change his chauvinistic ways when he’s paired with a female anchor (Christina Applegate).The sequel is also available. We wish we could say nice things about it.
Martin Scorsese’s look at the rise and fall of stockbroker Jordan Belfort in the late 1980s delivers amazing performances from Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Jon Bernthal, and Matthew McConaughey.The movie also marks Margot Robbie’s breakout role.
This Netflix original rom-com stars “White Lotus” star Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy (X-Men: Apocalypse,” “Bohemian Rhapsody”) as two passengers on a flight from New York to London. They hit it off and can’t stop thinking about each other once they part ways after landing, leading to both of them trying to reconnect while in London.